Utilizing a variety of techniques and materials, I produce sculptures from recycled window glass.
Through experimentation I discovered this was a medium that fit my minimalist modern aesthetic.
Using a kiln I melt and fuse window glass creating simple forms, highlighting the qualities of the
glass. These qualities differ depending on the methods I employ, making each sculpture unique.
Architecture, the modern landscape and the natural environment drive my explorations.
With my background in History and Anthropology, I am interested in themes of time and place.
Working in series I combine the glass with other common building materials such as stone, concrete
and steel enhancing the fragility and strength of the glass components. The wall-mounted sculptures
consider humanity’s effect on the environment and the precarious balance in which the natural and
artificial environments exist.