Yard Bird, 1990Welded steel, paint127" × 48" × 57"

The idea of public art, and the sensation of producing and working on large scale sculpture outdoors, is something that I treasure. The synthesis of the industrialist’s intellect, the physical pleasure of making something outdoors, and the jazz/voodoo improvisational process I use in composing my work, combine to create an odd sense of being whole, in a world where wonderful things are often made of what seems to be disparate parts.


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