The faces I sculpt are the products of my imagination. They have become an outlet for me to study and express emotions. While some may be dressed in costume, they exist on the brink of reality and fantasy. Each has their own personality and character by which they become exceptional and unique. They do not relate to specific people but are rather the essence of my personal experience.
My sculptures are hand-built from paper-clay or porcelain, bisque fired, painted with underglazes and glazes, and fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.