This site contains photos and information about my sculpture. As you will see,
I work in steel, terracotta clay, bronze, and other materials.
I do realistic pieces of sculpture, as well as abstractions from reality that
reflect the lines, angles, flow, and curves that I see in people and nature.
The various sections of this website are listed on the left side of this page.
You can go directly to any of the listed categories of my work...... just click and go!
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Let me know if you would like to purchase any of these pieces of sculpture
or if you want to give me a commission to create the special piece that you have in mind.
Here is an eight foot high stainless steel sculpture
called " Soaring Spirits "
Through my sculpture I aim to express the rhythm, drama and flow of the world,
using both figurative and abstract forms.
My sculptures evolve as they are created, leading to unexpected discovery and dynamic expression. I try to stimulate emotional responses to my work, and I feel my sculpture is effective to the extent it is pleasurable, interesting or provocative to the viewer.
Last year I created a major sculpture that was dedicated at the opening ceremony for the Pascack Valley Hospital in Westwood, NJ. I worked with the Hospital's CEO and art consultant to portray the community spirit that was essential in bringing this hospital to life .... and the bronze eight foot sculpture sculpture now at the hospital's entrance symbolizes the many hands that achieved this goal.
I also created several medium sized abstract pieces:
"Fragments of a Dream"
"Having a Ball'
When a client suggested that I should do some sculpture with whimsy, I created these two:
I have also been creating mobiles......Here's one I call " Fleeting Thoughts"
And I returned to my cubes motif to produce the large stainless sculpture "Collaboration."
Here is my newest sculpture, "Cycles of Joy":
Here are several sculptures I have created by welding together steel washers and coating
them with a bronze patina:
As a result of the natural openings in the washers as well as the patterns I have used in joining them, there is an attractive airy quality to these sculptures. Here's "Natural Joy" :
These figures are about 85% of lifesize. For these sculptures I have coated the washers with a bronze patina. I call this one "Ethereal Dream":
I also have been doing a lot in stainless steel. Although it is more expensive and somewhat harder to cut and weld than regular carbon steel, it will remain attractive outdoors with only some occasional general cleaning. Here is a five foot piece I have dubbed "Wandering Thoughts" :
And here is a seven foot stainless piece that was featured at the entrance of the Hunterdon Art Museum for six months:
I worked these cubes together in an oval I call "Collaboration."
One of my favorite stainless sculptures is " Shared Belief"
And there are more on the way!