"Sexy", 2017 CCFL Cold-cathode fluorescent lights, plexiglass, 18 3/4" x 12 1/8" x 12 1/8"
I was raised in beautiful rural Chester County, Pennsylvania.
At an early age of six I got bitten by a bug- the Art-Bug. Art
gets into your being; why it’s there you never understand or
what path in life you will travel. My memories of the area
were poetic; filled with freedom, beautiful rolling hills, lavish
green landscapes, a visual playground filled with light, space
and the best was the evening with fire flies. Often, I biked but
traveled much by vehicle; the urban way of life, I reminisced
inside the car with the light illuminating interior and exterior
space, giving eyes the invitation to explore the content and
the context of the passing forms. Light is not a part of our life;
it is the core magic of our life, at the center of our universe;
life's energy. Light has a language of its own, it speaks in
many tones and volumes with endless musical notes. Its
reflection and refraction properties create a uniquely
mysterious conversation. Light has secrets to share only for
us to discover with so many endless moments; like the
Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis),or Moonbows (Kentucky or
Zimbabwe) are just a few of natures many environmental light
shows creating a visual wonderment.
Light as a material has illuminated my creative search, I
continue to be captivated by the mysterious dialogue between
light and form. Light is ephemeral, as it dances and
changes composing space, defines, reflects, refracts, bends,
and teases the volume and mass of forms. Light has created
a symbiotic relationship with me in my exploration capturing
my childhood creative adventure and developing an exciting
The home/studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY.