Neonemometer, 1988Stainless steel, steel, neon50' × 4' diameter

My strong awareness of nature combined with my understanding of mechanical systems became primary elements in the sculptures that I have created for the past ten years — sculptures that use a variety of materials but are about the receiving, structuring and transmittal of natural phenomenon to the viewer. Where technology has allowed us to ignore many of nature’s forces, my works become references that visually juxtapose or integrate nature and technology to make the viewer more perceptive of both. Thanks to Jerry MClure, Greg Schultz, Mary Traynor, and to the people of Socrates Sculpture Park.


Sep 23, 1990 – Apr 1, 1991 No Man’s Land