EPITOME
6" x 7" x 3"
2000
Hand-made paper, patterns, steel, linen, and lead

MRS DALLOWAY
20" x 7" x 5"
1994
Aluminum, pattern paper, stones

Sculpture, for me, says what words cannot. It speaks in a visual language of form, scale, color, texture, and materials. When unlikely materials such as fragile dressmaker pattern paper and rugged steel are juxtaposed in large and small-scale forms, they leave their former functions behind and become rich with sculptural and metaphorical possibilities. Pattern paper comes from a world of women; steel is more closely associated with an industrial male realm. In combination, the works become a visual paradox: fragile, yet resililent, delicate yet dynamic.

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MONDAY OR TUESDAY
6" x 5" x 5"
1994
Patterns, stones, lead

TO THE LIGHTHOUSE
5" x 18" x 3"
1994
Patterns, stones, paper

NIGHT AND DAY
6" x 6" x 3"
1994
Patterns, nylon, stones

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