In my work, I combine rough, spontaneous wood construction with the meticulous craftsmanship of a master wood carver, to create life-size sculptures that reflect the dynamism, grace, and pain of the dance.
Depicted in the earliest cave paintings, flight has been the carrier of desire. Dancers, in their brief transcendence over gravity, are the embodiment of our dreams of flight.
1968-1970 Ontario College of Art
2004 "Feel Like Dancing" Galerie Wild, Frankfurt, Germany
2003 Art Gallery of Northumberland, Cobourg, Ontario
2002 Sculptors Society of Canada Gallery, Toronto
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2003 "Biennale International of Contemporary Art" Florence, Italy (4th Prize, Sculpture)
2002 John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto
2002 "Figuratively Speaking" 3-Man Show, Sculptors Society of Canada Gallery, Toronto
2002 Nancy Boole's Studio, 16 Hazelton Ave, Toronto
2002 Niagara-Gateway Casino, NIagara Falls, Ontario: 13 Sculptures
Front Doors, Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto
Madonna and Child, Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board, Blessed by the Pope, J2P2
Media: Mixed Media
SSC Member Since: 2000
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