My sculpture embodies balance, both natural and sacred.
Like ancient symbols, they are cautiously approachable.
They create a sense of calm, both indoors and as landscape sculpture.
I call them stick tables. I call them drawings because of the linear form.
The form suggests a place to gather. They suggest a sense of utility, but this is
perhaps because the form references how humans applies linear shapes in nature.
The branches are strong and flexible.
As with my healing work, the building process is linked to balance then secured, safely, naturally.
Built from sustainable branches and trees, each sculpture secured, but standing,
not mounted, on the ground.