My art works. In Public.
“My earliest memories if making art are living at the beach and making sand sculptures. It was fun, but I also had to understand how the earthy sand and water worked together so I could build a form and make it beautiful. From those early years of ephemeral works in sand, water, and colorful bits of seashells, my work has evolved to the high permanence and strength of concrete that will last centuries.
I was born in an artist colony town by the beach. That’s where I started creating my lifelong career in art… in the sand.
If I had a Motto, I’d say: Fine Art is really in our minds. We may have an object at hand, but the imagination and meaning comes from our hearts and minds, and offering my art publicly allows us all to share in that awesome human effort of creativity and imagination. Through this, we can see and remember that each of us has the power to create and imagine a brilliant future.