Earthen Bison - ceramic, cement, earth, wood, metal (2021) Bison inhabited Virginia up until the early 1700s. This Bison is made with local red clay, making a connection to the natural landscape and its history. With the wooden framework still visible, this piece is a reconstruction. It is part of the landscape, mountain like, with grass growing from the bison’s back. Pictured on display at Breathe With Me: A Wandering Sculpture Trail in Charlottesville, VA Currently on Permanent display at Scottsville Center for Arts and Nature in Scottsville, VA
Earth Embracing the Sky No.3- cement, stainless steel, wood, clay, dirt, 12’x 8’x 8’ (2019) This work depicts a human figure holding up a circular structure that frames the landscape in the background. With this sculpture the circular opening functions as a visual entrance to the beyond, and emphasis the beauty of the landscape. The figure itself is an extension of the earth and holds up this landscape. This work is pictured on display at Les Yeux du Monde in Charlottesville, VA
Earth Embracing the Sky No.2- cement, stainless steel, clay, dirt, 12’x 8’x 8’ (2018) This work depicts the human form as an extension of the earth. This figure holds up a disc that frames the sky in a circle. The work was first designed as a modern depiction of Atlas, the Greek Mythological figure who holds up the sky and heavens. However, this sculpture now takes on a more relative meaning as it symbolizes a human connection with the earth and cosmos. This work is pictured on display at the Costal Discovery museum in Hilton Head, SC.
Earth Healer- cement, earth, herbs- This work illustrates a nurturing connection with human beings and the natural world. The sculpture is installed in the center of an herb garden with healing herbs growing around the figure and also in her cradling arms. It is pictured on display at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia.
Body of Light- Red Acrylic/ plastic, LED lights (2019) This work depicts a silhouette standing on top of a sphere. This work began as geodesic dome made from translucent red acrylic, it is lit from within and floating on a lake. The bottom half is the reflection of light in water, completing the circle. Displayed floating at Piedmont Virginia Community College