The first "sculpture" I remember making was a rock that resembled an eagle’s skull glued to a rock that looked like a bird’s body with long grass attached for feathers and wings. I was one of those kids that looked at the sky and saw animals in the shapes of the clouds. When I came to understand "visualization" I felt a sense of relief there was a logical explanation why I didn't see things the way everyone else was seeing them!
I had the good fortune to be surrounded by the beauty of nature, with the enviable freedom to explore and discover it with little or no interuption nearly every summer at West Twin Lake growing up. In terms of creativity and where it comes from, there seemed to be something special about this combination for me. I marveled at every facet of the lake and started to make things with what I collected in my "travels" around the shore…
- Born on June 13
- Joined October 21, 2011