Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water. This work represents a most focused endeavor. I have always been drawn to this medium, the spirit of clay has its hold on me. Never have I considered myself a thrill seeker. This description is one exclusively reserved for athletes, certainly not a term associated with artists such as myself. This definition of myself is something I have come to reconsider. I am fearless. I have cut the ropes to my hot air balloon that hold me down. I am soaring high and gaining altitude. I have launched from the slalom gate, building speed, fearlessly. This is the razor’s edge between ruin and masterpiece, I have found my place.
“All Fired Up”. Lillstreet Art Center. Chicago, Ill. 2009
“Illuminations”. The Art of Light. 18 Hands Gallery. Houston, TX. 2010
“Architecture in Clay”. Meyer’s Gallery. Santa Ana, CA. 2010
“Rites of Spring”.San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. San Luis Obispo, CA 2010
“Sensual Expressions”. Carmel Art Institute. Carmel, CA. 2011
“California Open Exhibition 2012”.Tag Gallery at Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA
“Espresso Art”. Studio 550. Manchester, NH. 2012
“California Open Exhibition 2013”.Tag Gallery at Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water. Pure elements, pure gesture, and pure form. I have spoken of the nature and the spirit of clay. I believe the clay has something to say. By inviting full freedom to the clay, approaching the clay with no preconceived notions, and imposing not control, what will happen?
“I build my bonfire and surrender.”
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