In my exploration of the figure I have begun to expand, and transform them into their surroundings. I generally don’t concern myself with scale relationships within a sculptural piece, In that respect the image becomes a little surreal. My interest in time is evident in most all of my own work. It is a deep and inexhaustible wealth of inspiration relating to the earth, the universe and the cultures of man. I focus on monumental and heroic figures that are not bound by the laws of physics. A strong pose represents humanity at its best. While the human body itself is beautiful, the mind affects body language, and the beauty of inner strengths can be realized. The figure is more than just a body in motion it is also a mind at work. I strive to look deeper at capturing that expression between mind and body in an attempt to transcend the medium by turning ceramic, stone or bronze into flesh.