1974–75 Brown University, Rhode Island
1977 University of California, Berkeley, B.A.
1982–1983 Whitney Museum Independent Study Program
Apoxie-Sculpt is a self-hardening clay manufactured by Aves Studios.
I use Polytek 74-30 for poured rubber molds and Polygel 40 or 50 for brush-on molds.
Aqua-Resin (created by an artist) is an easy to use, opaque, non-toxic composite fabricating resin. It is usually used as a casting material but I use it direct, either brushing it or pouring it over a form.
All the glass seen in my sculptures was produced at Pilchuck Glass School over several weeks during an artist-in-residency. Pilchuck, generously, asks artists to their campus to explore what glass can do. It was a tremendous and productive experience.
Algorithm for a Crazy Vase, 2009 50 x 24 x 11 inches Apoxie-Sculp
blackglasssplatter 44 x 50 x 30 inches Apoxie-Sculpt, glass
Flame Meander, 2010 51 x 30 x 2.5 inches Apoxie-Sculp
Flare and Falter, 2010 45 x 50 x 13.5 inches Apoxie-Sculp
flowerglasstornhole 15 x 8 x 8 inches Apoxie-Sculpt, glass
Maiden Queen and the Angel Mild, 2008 59 x 27 x 16 inches Apoxie-Sculpt
tornorgangewithbigleaf, 2008 63 x 33.5 x 30 inches Apoxie-Sculp
blacklattice_dw 22 x 33 inches Watercolor, ink, pencil, gouache on paper on canva