The commissioned figurative work that I have been doing for over twenty-five years encompasses monumental pieces made in bronze.
Many are larger than life, and some include multi-media as well. Some of these pieces I created are collaborative,
which were constructed with my husband and or son.
I began my investigation of 3-D work with the figure as the impetus in studying sculpture. As I sculpted the human form,
I was motivated by the mysterious way that I could create breath into the inanimate object. I was also seduced by my ability to form a figure frozen in the moment of movement.
I came from the world of dance and gymnastics, so I inherently understood how the body moves in space. Human anatomy became another focus for me.
I am propelled to further investigate the space in and around the figure, also to research the concept of multidimensional space.
In my new installations the viewer might be the only figure integrated into the setting.
Today I continue to work with clients to create both their vision and mine in forming installations which house the figure in various settings and multimedia.
“The Quintessential Engineer” – Women Engineers of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Los Angeles Kings
Battle for Harmony
Quest for Exploration: James A Lovell
Tribute To George Halas
Tribute to Chick Hearn
Battle of Harmony: Jackie Chan
Compassion Moves the World