Visual artistic expression and creativity have always been a part of my life from my earliest memories. Born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York, as an undergraduate studies art at Buffalo State- State university of New York. In 1965 studies art abroad at “Instituto Statale D’Arte, Duccio De Buoninsegna" in Siena, Italy.

Fall 2008 began my return to the role of sculptor. Since then I have felt driven to make up for lost time. My work is dominated by representational expressions of “My People.” Sometimes images of African Americans and sometimes images influenced by African cultures, specifically those from the Omo River Valley. I have also begun a series entitled “Unprotected.” It includes bust of our vulnerable children and women.

My sculptures also include wall pieces influenced by my formal training from abstract artists of the 50s’ and 60s’. These works are the opposite of my representational sculptures. Instead, these pieces are dynamic melodies of rhythm, color, texture, form and movement. They are meant to delight the eye and provide an opportunity of new visual discovery each time you reflect upon the work. 









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