Sculpture serves to slow the visual movement of the eye, creating moments wherein we feel compelled to pause.
The one constant in life is its inconstancy. Things change, and they do so at all levels – cellular, intellectual, spiritual. I believe that there is hidden beauty in the process of transformation, and concrete, a liquid that becomes a solid, embodies this belief perfectly.
I embrace revisiting timeworn material in my sculpture as a way of demonstrating that with our thoughts and actions we are all the sculptors of our delicate and interdependent environment. Art is communication, and through concrete, I am able to communicate the intimate connection that we all have to the concept of transformation.