I am a second-generation sculptor soon to be in my final year of college at University of Hartford working to my BFA. My recent sculptural work has focused on material use and the context that can come with them. The pieces displayed primarily consist of wood and metal, with others mixed in.
I depict in my work a reflection of my childhood and the lack of masculine influence after my early teens. My work being blatantly masculine masks this vulnerability. Material is extremely important to my work because of the physical and metaphysical meaning. My color pallet is a muted “just found in a barn” range, save the dust.