My recent work has proceeded on two parallel tracks, sculpture in the real world and sculpture in a perfect world. The three-dimensional work is bound by the limits of physics, especially gravity. This often provides the moments of problem solving I find the most compelling in conceiving and realizing the work.

The source materials for the prints are photographs of sculpture and drawings I have made over the last fifteen years. In translating these works back into the two-dimensional, they are freed from the bounds of the original pieces. No material, no color, no gravity! Without these constraints, they are reduced to only form. I welcome the clarity this brings, allowing drawn, painted and sculpted forms to occupy a common place.