The human form has been an unending source of beauty and inspiration to me.
I am particulaly inspired by the physical differences that characterize the many cultures that surround me.
At the same time, I am continually amazed by the similarities of beauty, strength and vulnerability
that these cultures share.
I work in clay, wax, plaster, cast paper, forton and coldcast bronze, often adding color with oxides, underglazes, glazes and oils. There are many exciting sculptural processes and I continue to explore the field. My figures and portraits range from sketches to life-size figures and I sculpt in relief as well as in the round.
As a working sculptor for over thirty years, I have shown in several California galleries and exhibitions.
My pieces are in collections in the United States, South America and Europe. Currently I am an instructor of Life
Sculpture at the Fort Mason Campus of the San Francisco Community College District.
You can contact me about my work at
CURRENTLY SHOWING: c2c Project Space, San Francisco
January 7th through February 5th, 2017
Opening reception January 7th, 6-9pm
gallery hours on Sundays, noon - 5pm.
Please respect all copyright laws and do not reproduce or transmit artwork without written permission
from the artist.
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