The connective tissue which transforms my sculpture is in expanding the process of scale. The maquettes, as the primary small-scale massing of a structure, I view as my infants of the developed work. Infants are precious beings. The value placed in the smaller works or photographic studies progress as relief sculpture, free-standing sculpture, interior architectural forms or ultimately large scale functional structures. Much of their underpinnings are centered around the early philosophies of constructivism. Principles behind this genre equate to a geometric abstraction akin to industrial assemblage of composition in sculpture and architecture. This movement seeded Bauhaus and De Stijl while stemming from Cubism and Futurism constructs. I have a penchant for found objects which emerge in the work. These are juxtaposed against simple shapes of hardwood specimens and the cool stealth texture of metals. Formally, I’d like the work to represent a deference towards preservation and appreciation for live materials which coexist in nature. My use of little found object “gems” or common construction materials are a modest gesticulation in tune with our historic development of the industrialized world.
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