About The Artist
I was born in San Francisco.
Following my formal education, I moved to England where I studied sculpture at the Camden Arts Center in London.There, I was fortunate to study with an assistant to HENRY MOORE and spend some time at Mr. Moore’s studio in Much Hadham.
After seven years I returned to America and learned the methods of bronze casting through Lost wax as well as studying the fine art of patination.
For over ten years I was working on my “Family Series’ which depicts the many emotions we humans possess.I have strived to develop over the years a certain graceful fluidity that is simplistic upon first glance but complicated in it’s more intricate subtleties. My intention in each of my pieces is to evoke an immediate and lasting reaction by the viewer in the same way one relates to a passage of poetry.
My bronzes have been shown throughout the SF. Bay area with collectors from Palm Springs to Portland and Los Angeles to London. Along with my sculptures, I am also excited to show my New Paintings of flowers and still life this year at the Marin Open Studios.
My sculptures celebrate the bond between people be it mother and baby, lovers,friends or family. I was educated in England at Schiller College in London and at The Camden Art Center where I studied under Malcolm Woodward, assistant to famous sculptor Henry Moore .I returned to America where I studied sculpture and the fine art of Patination at College of Marin under the wing of Lucas Film Arts model sculptor Richard Miller. I have been exhibiting professionally since 1991. I have participated in many juried shows and group shows. I have also been featured in the prestigious Designer’s Showcases in Marin and Sonoma Counties . My works are displayed in private collections from Palm Springs to Portland and Los Angeles to London. Along with all of my Bronze sculptures, I am excited to show my new paintings of colorful flowers and still life in the May 2024 Open Studios.
Acrylic Paint, Drawing, Mixed Media, Sculpture