I love sculpting both figures and animals and the joyful relationships between them. I work directly from a model whenever possible. My childhood around animals in rural Malibu, California, and vacations in Idaho, as well as travels in Europe have influenced my art. I have a B.A. in Art History from UCLA, which has greatly shaped my taste for the classical, although I equally enjoy working in an abstract style. I find working back and forth between the two mind sets keeps me fresh and excited about sculpting and sharpens my eye for form and composition. I have continued studying art under various masters in the United States and France, including Richard MacDonald, Sandy Scott, Lincoln Fox and Peter Rubino.

I have received several awards in national juried exhibitions. including the BAMCO at the “2000 Kentucky National Wildlife Art Exhibit”, and First in Show at the “2000 Hilton Head Art League National Juried Exhibition” in South Carolina, First Place in Sculpture at “Echoes & Visions IV”, sponsored by the Laguna Niguel Art Association in California, and a prize for Sculpture from the Academic Artists Associations’ “51st National Exhibition of Contemporary Realism in Art” in Springfield, MA.

Galleries where my work can be seen include Judith Hale Gallery in Los Olivos, CA, McLean Gallery in Malibu, CA, the Courtyard Gallery in Half Moon Bay, CA, and the Lagerquist Gallery in Atlanta, GA. My studio is in Manhattan Beach, CA

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