My artistic vision is to create abstract forms that spark the imagination of the viewers and support the importance of communication. Whether we are engaging in dialog with those around us or finding new passions in life, it is fundamental that we keep searching and discovering new things.
My work has always dealt with conflicts of confinement and freedom and exploring catalyst between the two: building or destroying communication. In the abstract form these sculptures remind us of a fundamental idea, one that people of all ages can identify. Their appendages likely reached out to send or receive signals from others. It is difficult to discern whether they are from the future or the past, and regardless, one wonders how well they served their purpose or if there is a purpose at all. These devices may be tangible evidence of how communication succeeds or fails in our own lives and in the lives of others.