Trayvon, What Happened?     11" x 7.5" x  9"

Witness     9" x 8" x 5"


Learn from History, or Repeat It

There are incidents too horrible to sweep under the rug.  In response, I build sculptures to honor those harmed.  The sculpture also marks, or holds responsible those who perpetrated the horrible incident.  Finally, the sculpture encompasses the viewer or by-stander who, whether knowing or unknowing, whether passive or active, is also deeply impacted by the horrible incident.

Here my sculptures take a figurative form.  Trayvon represents those who have had their sons stolen.  Witness, sculpted in reaction to the Newtown massacre, deals with the mind-boggling access to assault weapons in this country.  Fakhra represents the women who have become acid victims.   

Fakhra, Who Was Once Beautiful, I    11" x 9.5" x 7.5"


Fakhra, Who Was Once Beautiful, III     11" x 9" x 7.5"

Fakhra, Who Was Once Beautiful, IV    11" x 11" x 9"


ALIEN GET OUT GO HOME 16” x 14” x 8”