is both space and form:
sculpture is cutting and carving away to reveal form by making space, and
to articulate space by determining form.
Space and form exist together; neither can be perceived without the
other. Space, to be perceptible, must be articulated with
intentionally developed forms. Form
is not perceived without space around it to allow articulate perception.
some of my sculpture, form dominates; convex form, material surface,
texture and color generate immediate sensual experience.
Lasting impressions are of the solid tactile qualities, the form of
some of my sculpture, space dominates; concave spaces articulated by
surrounding forms focus attention. Space
is more difficult to understand. Though
we live in space, we cannot touch it, gather it, buy, sell or trade it. Focusing on the revealed form, we are poorly trained to see
strive to achieve sculpture that balances space and form, sculpture that
delights the physical senses with its form, while delighting the mind with
its articulate spaces.
Like a tea cup, a object that we use for the space within it - that
is the space and form of sculpture.