Sculptor/draughtsman. Works mostly in bronze, Figurative sculpture is primarily humanist in nature. Themes in work over 50 year career include, literary, dance, myth, sport, social concerns. Exhibited sculpture, painting, crafts and drawing throughout the country. Have served on boards of King County Arts Commission, Puget Sound Group of Northwest Painters, Artists Equity, Washington Chapter, Northwest Sculptor’s Association. Have taught at University of Washington, Pacific Lutheran University, Skagit Valley Community College. Received Governor’s Award for Cultural Contribution to the Arts in 1997. Education; University of Colorado, MFA Sculpture University of Washington. New School for Social Research, NY, NY. Created over 50 public and private commissions. Current president of PSGNA.
The main thrust of my work as be to explore what the image of the human figure can represent. Either by a single figure of the relationships between figures, and between figures and structures, have all been used to express men and women’s relationships to the world.