White Roaming Herd - Set of 7 Can Be Sold Individually $200.00 Each
White Roaming Herd - Set of 7 Can Be Sold Individually $200.00 Each
Watching Out For The Birds 27.75
Watching Out For The Birds 27.75"
Taken By The Wind 7
Taken By The Wind 7"
Taken By The Wind 15
Taken By The Wind 15"
Stargazers Set of 5 - Can Be Sold Individually Inquire For Price $350.00
Stargazers Set of 5 - Can Be Sold Individually Inquire For Price $350.00
Stargazers Series Individual 4
Stargazers Series Individual 4"
Stargazer V 9
Stargazer V 9"
Stargazer IV 9
Stargazer IV 9"
Stargazer 8.5
Stargazer 8.5" - II
Stargazer 7
Stargazer 7" - III
Shared Wisdom 6
Shared Wisdom 6"
Releasing the Birds 17.5
Releasing the Birds 17.5"
Releasing the Birds 12.75
Releasing the Birds 12.75
Proud Sheep & Birds - 14
Proud Sheep & Birds - 14"
Proud Sheep - 9
Proud Sheep - 9"
Pedestel 4.5
Pedestel 4.5" - Patined Steel
Pedestal 6.5
Pedestal 6.5" - Patined Steel
Pedestal 3.5
Pedestal 3.5" - Patined Steel
Pedestal 2.5
Pedestal 2.5" - Patined Steel
Pedestal - Patined Steel 12
Pedestal - Patined Steel 12"
Pedestal - 8.5
Pedestal - 8.5" - Patined Steel
Pedestal - 10
Pedestal - 10" Patined Steel
On A Mission 6
On A Mission 6"
On A Mission 4
On A Mission 4"
On A Mission 16
On A Mission 16"
Listener Head Turned
Listener Head Turned
Laughing Sheep Couple - 9
Laughing Sheep Couple - 9"
Large Star Gazer Standing
Large Star Gazer Standing
Large Star Gazer Resting
Large Star Gazer Resting
Into The Wind - 7
Into The Wind - 7"
Into The Wind - 18.25
Into The Wind - 18.25"
Hornfel Rock Pedestal VI
Hornfel Rock Pedestal VI

STATEMENT This group of sculptures comes from my study of ancient civilizations and their artwork. I was fortunate to go and visit a number of the Anasazi ruins in the Southwest. There, I studied the rock art of the area and found the big horn sheep petroglyphs to have a language of their own.

I began developing these images into bronzes and oil pastels. During this process, I felt them speaking to me; sometimes in quite an endearing way. I tip their heads upward for pride and lower them for perseverance. The horns that go backwards represent swiftness, while the legs reflect a gracefulness. They have personalities much like we do, representing both our grandeur and frailty and humor. The delight and joy I work to express in these sculptures helps to remind us that we too can recognize and enjoy these traits found within ourselves, our mates, our family and friends. I believe we are all grand in our own ways.

One of the best understandings that the historians have of why the native peoples spent hours pecking a drawing of a sheep into rock is that they were calling the soul of the sheep to them. There are rock drawings of human figures, animals and objects in the natural world such as suns, mountains etc. Rock drawings/petroglyphs are found all around the world; reflecting mankind's history and connection to both the physical and spiritual world.

FORMAL STUDIES University of Wisconsin - BFA University of Iowa - MFA