Consider an object you think is being pushed, except it is actually being pulled. My work as a sculptor is done by creating a negative space for the liquid concrete to employ. I never actually shape the physical sculpture, only the space it occupies.
I want my viewer to make a discovery. I want this person to see in my work, the world they live in, but from a different perspective.
The qualities with-in my paintings, silhouettes of buildings are separated from the horizontal lines of architecture and forced against the organic shapes of thundering skies and the brooding oceans.
For me, society has become this weight, impeding my self-perception and clouding it with the image of something else. In my paintings and sculptures I have separated these visual qualities that create our society in an attempt break away the callous corridor I walk. Here, the concrete of our sidewalks and the Steele of our bridges are redefined.