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Construction Series


Architecture affects people in ways that maybe Architects have understood only after their buildings are constructed. For me, architecture is about relationship of the work to the individual person. It becomes more about space and the relation of it around you. I am attracted to straight angles and lines, the hard and inflexible, created by man. Design elements and principles that make up an overall visually pleasing object. These pieces illustrate this material’s strength while juxtaposing its fragility with a paper thin quality. With stretching this material to its thinnest degree, there’s something elegant in its fragility. I emphasize this structural necessity in the form as well as emphasize the physical line created.

Community Involvement

Wood | Steel | PVC | Fiber Glass Resin | 8'x16'x11'  SOLD 

A set of telephone poles crippled from lack of communication, yet connected at their foundation. Metal rods representing live electric wires, with one set collapsed and the other flares. "Post" and "Comments" made by the public, are left on the poles like a community board for each to know all about the other.



Concrete l Steel I Dirt | 48” x 4' x 22”



Steel | Concrete | 5' x 5.6' x 6”  SOLD

The Separation


Steel | Paint | Plaster | Sand |  5' x 3'.6" x 2'

In the In Between


Steel | Plaster | Paint |  5' x 3' x 2'

Miniature Cluster


Stainless Steel | Concrete | Miniature Cluster of 5" x 5" x 5"

Weight Division


Stainless Steel | Concrete | 18" x 16" x 16 | SOLD

Rt. 67


Stainless Steel | Concrete | 5' x 4' x 3' | SOLD

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors


Steel | Concrete | 8' x 6' x 5' | SOLD

The Resist


Steel | Wood | Flexcoat Concrete | Stainless Steel Wire Mesh | SOLD

4° On a Match


Steel | Concrete |  30.75"x5"x17.25"

4° On a Match


Steel | Concrete | 55"x10"x23"

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