The Screws that we Lose are the Hardest to Replace, 2012
Aluminum and bronze
11” (H) x 39” (W) x 2’ (D)
The goal of my studio practice is to create and exhibit sculptures that show my dedication to industrial craft, trade skills, material purity, and a commitment to continuing my growth into the contemporary art world. Beyond this passion for material and process mastery, I aim to distill the struggles inherent within modern society, specifically in the blue-collar community I was raised in, into subtle gestures of human and machinery forms that can emotionally share a connection with the viewer.