Indiana Limestone is the fabric of many of our national monuments and landmarks. It is a container for national memories. It is a blending of histories. Its soft texture and neutral colors from warm to cool make it a perfect material for public commissions.
Carved directly in stone, my work combines traditional carving techniques with contemporary art ideas. I believe that the goal of contemporary art is to forge connections between people, and my interactive sculpture lets the viewer be a part of the creative process.
In this age of technology, the handmade object becomes more precious. I finish all of my work with mallet and chisel to leave tool marks. However slight, the marks catch the light and are what give the pieces life.
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Lifelong interest in the arts, leading to BFA in sculpture with an emphasis on study of the human figure and MFA in sculpture.
Highly skilled carver with international training (conversant in French and German) and understanding of the relationship of sculpture to architecture.
Co-founder, instructor, and current president of the Indiana Limestone Sculpture Symposium.
Signature line of sculptures: Roliquery
Board Member, Stone Carvers Guild