My passion as a sculptor involves a technique I uncovered more than 20 years ago — the precise art of creating “virtual records” of contemporary culture — capturing common, everyday items in stone. Essentially, I replicate these items on a real life-scale, complete with meticulous detail. I achieve this absolute realism by incorporating parts of the actual object, as well as custom-made stains, paints, plastics and gold leaf. It’s more than art imitating life, it’s art mirroring life.
My abstract work is a reflection of my experiences combined with emotion. Each abstract creation is one of a kind, and has a unique significance, which emanates an essence and an aura of its own. The life-like creations from stone, chiseled meticulously to perfection, form a visual extravaganza as well as an intellectual playground of wonderment. Each time you look at apiece, you see something different, allowing you to draw in its beauty through your individual perspective. The true beauty of abstract art is not just what appears to the naked eye, but what lies beneath the surface.