I grew up in Columbus, Indiana, a small Midwestern city with a unique architectural landscape. My experience on an indoor playscape I frequented as a child, designed by Cesar Peli in the 1970’s, instilled in me a strong aesthetic sensibility from a young age. His playscape featured green-carpeted hills, bulbous plastic and primary colored forms. Little did I know that as my little body rambunctiously meandered through the space I would one day bring that same playful and open ended attitude
My work favors primary colors. But no matter the materials or formal “isms” my work references the most important aspect is that I bring the same playful attitude I have in the studio to my viewers experience.
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Herron School of Art & Design 2009 Sculpture BFA