October 1, 2011 - late December 2011
The site of my sculptures shares two fundamental features: the remnant of a stone foundation wall and a juniper tree which has formed its own “sheltering” space. Using these concepts as a point of departure I am considering space as it refers to shelter.
By obsessively wrapping wood armatures with sisal and beeswax I have provided evidence of a process – a marking of time as the contours of the image evolved. Covering the wooden inner frameworks allows for the volume of sisal to emerge into an image – a form.
Occupying the boundaries of the natural and the built environments the works attempt to create a refuge for daydreams, memories and contemplation.