My sculpture has its focus on human nature: how we think and behave; our concerns with those close to us -- family, friends and lovers -- and those distant whom we learn about through accounts in the news. The deepest mystery, in spite of being the most intimate, is ourselves and that is my subject matter as well. Women, from youth to aging, through marriage, motherhood, career and beyond, comprise a large component of my sculptural themes.  

Although I have carved in wood and stone, modeled figures in clay and wax, and fabricated figures in steel, I am now using found materials, fiberglass and resin as resources for creating my “Sculptural Stories.” This sculptural narrative melds with my literary engagement in writing novels, which has continued to engage me as I make new works.