Bronze, Iron, Steel
11” x 7” x 10”
In Jewish mythology, Lilith was Adam’s first wife. She was created at the same time as Adam from the same clay. Lilith left Adam when she refused to become subservient to him.
“Lilith” was cast at Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum.
Resin and Bronze 2018 9"x5"x8"
“Don’t Tell Me to Get a Grip” was created in 2018 during the July workshop at Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum. This sculpture is part of the Sculpture Trails ongoing exhibition in Solsberry, Indiana and is availble for purchase.
Cast Iron, Lifesize, 2018
Photos by Virginia Elliott
Bronze, 19"x9"x.5", 2018
The flower torso is available for purchase through the shop page.
Bronze , 7.5"x4.5"x3", Edition of 17
In the first six months of 2017, twenty-seven unarmed people were fatally shot by police officers in the United States. “Don’t Shoot” shows six different empty hands made of bronze, pointing like guns directly at the viewer. Empty hands perceived as weapons, twisted in the perspective of police departments into images of violence and murder, but police are making those images real.
For the twenty-seven people in those six months, their twenty-seven empty pairs of hands were made into excuses for the violence, societal damage, and disruption caused by those carrying actual guns. The actions of those police officers have massive repercussions, from the traumas of their families and communities, to mass protests and general distrust from the public. We should not have to fear the people who are set to protect us.
Are some police are trained to expect the worst of people? Shoot first and ask later.