Art reflects life. Transition, change, surrender, these are what I embrace in my creative expression. A form emerges from a mass of raw stone. There are no mistakes. When a fissure appears or a piece chips off, it becomes an opportunity to embrace a new direction. The properties of each stone emerges telling its own story which can't be denied. It has taught me to let go of perfection and patiently listen and accept. In addition to stone, there is a beauty in working in clay or plaster, creating something from nothing and molding it into a visual image.

My sculpture often encompasses movement and evokes emotion. I like to tell a story. At times, I have used my sculpture to express and embrace powerful events in our outer world that have impacted us within. The female form has always been a favorite subject of mine. With its grace and sensuality, I look for the unfolding of authentic female empowerment.

I consider my sculpture a gift, providing me with a means of expressing my passion for life. I feel totally fulfilled and at one when it is just me and my creation in process. It is my sanctuary, my inner renewal.