My interest in sculpture began with an elective class my freshman year in college. Under the guidance of my professor, Leonard Cave, I began doing abstract wood carvings. That whim soon grew into a Fine Arts major. After graduation I began working as a house carpenter in Rhode Island. At virtually the same time I took a course in advanced sculpture with Richard Calabro at the University of Rhode Island. In an instant my sculpture went from cerebral subtractive carvings to conceptual constructions that seemed to spring out of my vocation as a carpenter. As all good teachers do, Richard set creative forces in motion that still dominate my work today. My latest sculptures involve plane and plain geometry, with contextual mathematical formulas manifest in most of my pieces. Very specific measured thought goes into each of my pieces, but the sculpture itself is the only resolution to the “equation.”

Outdoor Sculpture
Indoor Sculpture