My work explores quiet memories and employs a play on repetition that offers both a meditative state as well as eliciting a tone that is simultaneously of the body and the ocean. My process is an immediate response to juxtaposed materials, whether combining modeling paste and resin or porcelain and glass. Part of my process is finding my work in nature, whether it is the movement of a bird’s wings, ice formations on the surface of the water, or sedimentary deposits over time; each momentary, each changing.
Born in Union, NJ, I received my MFA in sculpture from the University of Pennsylvania, a BDAE from the University of Florida and am an Assistant Professor of Art at Penn State Abington College. My sculpture is currently represented by Brenda Taylor Projects in Boston, and Sidetracks Art Gallery in New Hope, PA.