FURNITURE

COLLECTIONS

 

Resist.web

#1

side by side.web

#2

side by side detail.web

North East #1.web

#3

More Sapce Between 2.web

#4

two columns.web.jpg

#5

detail.web.jpg

space between.web

#6

space between detail.web

column w lead detail.web.jpg

black column.web.jpg

#7

white column #370.web_edited.jpg

#8

#9

ladder detail.jpg

column #1.web.jpg

#10

column #2.web.jpg

#11

column detail.jpg

4 corners.web.jpg

#12

ADDITIONAL

SELECTED WORKS

#1. RESIST, concrete, lead, copper 2017

#2. SIDE BY SIDE, concrete, lead 2017

#3. NORTH EAST #1, concrete, gold leaf, lead, video 2016

#4. MORE SPACE BETWEEN, concrete, lead 2016

#5. 2 COLUMNS, concrete, steel. 2013

#6. SPACE BETWEEN, concrete, lead 2015

#7. BLACK COLUMN, concrete, steel. 2011

#8. WHITE COLUMN, concrete, blackened bronze. 2014

#9. BROKEN LADDER, concrete. 2010

#10. JAGGED COLUMN #1, concrete, steel. 2012

#11. JAGGED COLUMN #2, concrete, steel 2012

#12. FOUR CORNERS, concrete, steel. 2012

 

 

 

The symbolism of these monoliths is operant as is the simplicity in shape. These principles are gingerly gleaned from the iconic form of contemporary architecture and structural engineering. The proportions of their shape are crucial to the integrity and esthetic yet the walls of each side provide the canvas for each piece’s story to unfold. Even the top, which may be too high to see, is an opportunity.