Vine Dance, view 1Vine Dance, view 2Wheeled Totem, view 1Wheeled Totem, view 2Maine Coast Votive, view 1Maine Coast Votive, view 2Wading BirdKauai Beach Group view 1Kauai Beach Group view 2Kauai Beach Group view 3Fetish Figure with SpringApple SpriteBeach Bird, view 1Beach Bird, view 2GroundedPeace MarchFooted Figure with HolesIntuition view 1Intuition view 2 Birdwalk on New Hampshire GraniteOne WingOne Wing, view 2 Wire Bird Clear Headed Bird, view 1Clear-Headed Bird, view 2  Aquarius Rising, view 1BarracudaFind a Wheel
Sticks and Stones
These are all or mostly made, as the title implies, of sticks and stones. They were mostly found on Connecticut beaches or in the forest near Lake Winnepesaukee, New Hampshire. Their new life as gestural figures I think echoes the constant recycling and rebirth in nature. There is also an implied invitatiion to go beyond "name-calling" and see the playful life that's beyond all labels.