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As a sculptor I love to draw. I call my paintings drawings primarily because they are on paper much like drawing. I have created these intimate scale watercolors to be available for purchase on line.

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I have challenged myself to brake free from the grounded aspect of sculpture. I want to embrace the ethereal and to express Joyousness and Freedom as the Yin to the Yang of the constraints of ridged form and weight of traditional sculpture – like that of my stone works.

I am interested in telling the story from the stand point of searching for deeper emotional visual elements. Rather than literal depictions, I prefer to find deeper references to the emotion of an event: courage, elation, celebration, etc. To tell that story, I explore pure form by reducing and subtracting, experimenting with different materials, finding ways to bring the viewer into the conversation of what is on the paper. This is what keeps me interested in the never ending challenge of the story of Art.

The following works are on 90 lb. watercolor paper.