My art is an exercise of my intuition and my passion for color and form. I think of my sculptures as compositions. I bring together shapes, patterns,
textures, and colors in order to orchestrate a dynamic and harmonious whole. I want viewers to be moved by the richness of the colors. I want them to be drawn into the interplay of textures and shapes, to feel the thickness, smoothness, and roughness of the glass. I want my work to create a sense of excitement—a flash of recognition and the wonder of discovery. I aim to provide viewers with a space for contemplation and a respite from the cacophony of the modern world. I am currently working on a series titled “Sentinels and Guardians.” The pieces are figurative in scale, and they are composed of abstract interior landscapes.
I imagine these sculptural bodies standing watch and asserting a physical presence. I want to capture viewers’ imaginations, first by drawing them in with the color and shapes of the pieces, and then by leading them to find associative forms within the interior spaces.