What I like to call found or discovered art is the glue that holds a community together in that it reflects the standards of the people and their way of life. Art compliments life and softens the edges of day-to-day routines whether that art is at home, in the office or on public display.
Our environment is filled with that which is necessary to keep our lives in order. This linear order and structure needs the benefits of the beautiful and provocative. Art we may search out or stumble across provides a pause in the day.
Art chosen for our private lives is a true reflection of our personal tastes. Pieces of art found in public spaces are the jewels in the crown of our community. These provide surprise, pleasure, or controversy, and hopefully inspire thought.
Whether it’s sculpture or scenery, three dimensional work is what I do. My medium is empty space, and creatively filling that space is both challenging and exciting.