Working within a tradition that is several millennia old, I face the inevitable challenge of making the human form somehow relevant or original. Toward that end, I find compelling a notion advanced by art critic Donald Kuspit, who proposed that sculpture was “metaphor making in three dimensions”. My intention is to extend the figurative tradition through metaphor: to compare human form to other aspects of experience and in so doing to express metaphysical ideas of balance, tension, and temporality. Sources of inspiration can be wildly diverse, from calligraphy to modern dance, from plant forms to geology, from the efforts of other artists, ancient to contemporary.


West Branch Gallery, Stowe, VT. 2017
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, 2015
Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA 2014
South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend Indiana 2009
William Merrill Gallery, Laguna, CA 2009
Susan Maasch Fine Art, Portland, ME 2008
William Merrill Gallery, Laguna, CA 2007
Bill Hester Fine Art, Chapel Hill, NC 2007
Sculpture of Rhode Island, Newport, RI -2005
Nesto Gallery, Milton, MA -1986, 1997
Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, 2007
College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY -2002


B.A. Fine Arts, Harvard University
M.F.A University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
M.A.T (Master of Arts in Teaching) Rhode Island School of Design