2000 9.5x 9.5x 10 in. (24x24x25cm) Broken car glass, butterfly, medical equipment, metal
2002 Paper, mother of pearl, plaster, earth. 32x10x8 in. (80x25x20cm)
2003 Paper, wood. 8 x 9 x 9 in. (20x23x23cm)
2004 Plaster, ink. 21x9x9 in. (53x23x23cm)
2003 Bone, sinew, Venetian plaster, stone. 12x14x10 in.(30x35x25cm)
2003 Bone, venetian plaster. 18x11x8in. (45x 28x 20cm)
2006 Plaster, bone, stone. 10x8x7in. (25x20x18cm) In private collection.
2013 21.5 x 28 x 18 in. Found animal ribs, rice paper, blown eggs, wood covered with Venetian plaster. In private collection.
2011 Bamboo, Metal 72 x 36 x 10 in.
In NYC before 9/11, I made sculptures and assemblages with found objects and man-made materials.
After 9/11 happened, I could't make anything for months. I sublet my apartment and
started traveling solo in the US.
I drove my '82 Coupe deVille with my German shepherd dog in the back seat, and left for 3 months at a time.
The first place I ended up in was the desert of West Texas, south of Marfa.
There I ended up managing Chinati Hot Springs, in the winter of 2002.
In that beautiful and stark environment, I started working again. Inspired by the fossils, geology, plants and animals I encountered in the desert. From then on, I started making sculptures predominately with natural materials, wood, bones I found etc,
For the next 10 years I would leave NYC in the summers and make art in various remote places: on a ranch in Eastern Arizona, in a dry cabin in Montana, a tipi in Colorado, in Nova Scotia, etc.
Each place influenced me and informed my art.