Private commission in Vermont. Cast Forton with copper and stainless steel. 40" x 31" x 15"
In this double-figured sculpture, one “bird woman” is looking outward – across the town, the horizon, and beyond; the other is looking inward – toward the house, the hill, and self.
Birds, angels, and other winged creatures move between earth and sky. They are heavenly messengers that represent divine freedom, liberated from the weight of earthly constraints.
Ancient art and architecture has always inspired me. World religions and philosophies, Jungian thought, the connection of all things ecological and mythological – are all part of the influences that have formed my art.