I work towards controlling and manipulating form. Anatomy classes at New York’s Columbia Presbyterian Hospital enabled me to learn the true spirit of the human form. The biomechanics of muscle and bone continue to influence my work, instilling a sense of dynamic motion in my sculpture. I carved marble for many years and have had great success working in that medium. Today, I use clay to model my work, while casting in hydrocal and working the surface to appear as marble. All the works shown can be recast in bronze or cement (for outdoor display). As a Life Member at New York’s Art Students League, I have worked with many well-known artists who have mentored me through the years, as I mentor others in return. During the last ten years, I have had solo exhibits in the New York vicinity, and continue to show my work in Gramercy Park and Chelsea galleries. My work has been awarded in juried competitions, including Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, The Salmagundi Club and Audubon Artists.