My sculptures are going to take on another degree of sophistication so keep watching!
My flowers are sketched and painted from still life, imitation, or pictures of flowers.
My architecture is meant to interact with the individual using the building.
My photography is meant to acknowledge God's gifts from mother nature (shells, sunsets, sunrises, flowers, etc)
Non-representational artists, kinetic artists (movement), Le Corbusier, abstract artists Kandinsky, The New York Five, Frank Lloyd Wright. So many modern architects and artists.
As I progressed in school I began to understand how much artist movements influenced architectural movements. I also realized I had a strong sculptural desire.
St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in Belfast - addition to the Parish Hall. An addition was added on to the existing Parish Hall with similar details. Due to zoning setbacks a jog had to be accommodated and resolved itself in a roof 'tower' allowing for an airy upstairs gathering location for prayer and gathering activities.
Strand Theatre in Rockland- I worked with a team of talented designers, engineers, and builders. My main role was the liason between the Maine Historical Preservation Bureau - which helped clarify the National Historical Preservation Bureau's requirements to qualify to be on the National Register - and the remainder of the local team. At an early juncture we had to decide whether to restore the marquee to the original marquee or that of a later time period. We were happy that decision was made to restore it to its original design. My contribution was a sketch of each vintage. This was a very fun project because the public was allowed to view into the lower area of renovation a level below grade while the renovation was occurring.
Feel free to send me a message. I am available for commissions as well as for shows. I love to hear what you viewers think of my work. I look forward to hearing from you.
2 hour fluid acrylic pouring workshops are also available by appointment.
256 High Street Studio #12, Waterfall Arts, Belfast, Maine 04915, United States