An exploration of motion's cyclical nature
Through studying art I have developed a way of understanding how I process an experience. Making metal, wire, plastic, wood sculpture has brought me to a place where the process is the nature of understanding. As an emerging artist many of my works are experimental.
From a young age, movement has been essential to my being. I have explored gesture in drawing with charcoal, pastel and eventually with steel. During the study of gesture and process, different cycles have been exposed. The rhythm, texture, and temperament of a cycle and how it relates to another cycle has caught my attention.
The practice of making parts that would eventually contribute to a whole has been the foundation of the learning process. Without the practice there wouldn't be what comes next in the cycle. The cycle movement now has paths that involve making. New branches will spin off.