For me, sculpting takes intense concentration, physical energy and vision. It also takes time.
For more than thirty years, I've been mastering techniques, learning from mistakes and sculpting people's dreams into reality.
The most important thing I've learned? There are no shortcuts to experience.
My fascination with sculpture began when I was 17. My family moved to Switzerland, and I was forever changed by the relief sculpture I saw in buildings ... public spaces ... even homes. The craft was passed from generation to generation, and centuries of handwork was on display wherever I went.
I decided to start sculpting, and I haven't stopped since.
I also work to bring art to everyone. Outdoor exhibitions are the most accessible "art galleries," melding form with function. And bringing beauty to everyday life.
Bringing aesthetic qualities to everyday life. This is what I want for my clients. And for my community.