These are large scale sculptures in series. Presented here are models for a series called the coil sculptures, made of stainless steel interlacing modulated spring forms, (many refer to them as giant Slinky's) which are juxtaposed against each other to create larger forms. Derived from Cy Twombly's painting and non-formal approach, these sculpture refine his works into sculptures which move and dance, play with light and shade on a large scale, and create an immersive experience for the viewer with infinite changing variations as the viewer walks around the sculptures.
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The Ladders and polished stainless steel spheres and egg shapes again distorted perspective and viewing space, while filling mass and even opening up the space as a large scale drawing. The viewer does find themselves as a part of the sculpture as they move around it and are reflected into the mirrored ball forms.
The Rock Boxes, draw from the works of Donald Judd and Louise Nevelson, playing with forms at large scale, but using actual re-sculpted rock faces, which when in placed in the large box forms, become partial visual perspectives of a changing series of earth forms.