Letting the idea guide the work.Read More
There’s a lot of movements in nature’s stillness.Read More
Using the ocean as a painting material.Read More
The things we fear are almost always things which needn't be feared at all.
They are creatures of our imagination.
― Louise Dickinson Rich
Sometimes the most mundane, simple activity done thousands, and thousands, of times can add up to something special. The sum of the parts becomes greater than, more impactful.Read More
Yes, I live surrounded by woods and sea. Yes, I am most complete in these surroundings. And definitely, I need to unplug and be alone daily. It soothes my soul, recharges my batteries and informs my studio practice in so many ways. But, like everyone, I get caught up.Read More
How the natural elements make sculpture.Read More
I have received this question many times over the years. A student or another artist will email me introducing themselves and describing how they want to make work and they would like to use my methods. Inevitably, the question is asked, “how do you make your work?”Read More
Every morning, as the sun is hinting at its rising, I take a walk down to the sea that swirls before me and surrounds this hump of land. Every single morning is different. It's the same ocean and same swath of sand, rocks, and dirt; but always a different configuration.Read More