In each sculpture, whether in clay to bronze or in wood, I strive to find a special quality of spirit. The challenge is to catch a fluid moment that reflects more of the personality, playfulness or effort being expended toward the next step in the story. The energy of a sculpture grows out of that anticipated motion.

Working from life and sometimes photos, I love capturing special horses and moments from the modern West I treasure.

Growing up in Montana taught me resourcefulness and independence early and often. Being able to ride all day from the back door instilled great freedom, a well of peace and the wonder of nature - all enhanced by the intuitive communication between horse and rider. As a child, I designed and carved a herd of wooden stick-horses. Over time, I explored my sense of horses through drawing, painting and sculpture in many media. Other animals and the interplay between them, fascinate me almost as much.


Artist Statement

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Welcome to my virtual studio.  To me, art, like life, is a progression.  Following this path is challenging, inspiring, full of surprises and unexpected connections.  From rocking horses to bronze sculpture...

Artist Resume

June, 2009

Workshops with

Veryl Goodnight

Patsy Davis

Mancos, Colorado

April, 2009 World Cup

Las Vegas

June, 2008

US Equestrian Team Foundation

Auction commissions

San Juan Capistrano, California

June, 2005

Southwest Design Conference

Santa Fe, New Mexico

February, 2005

Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show

Scottsdale, Arizona

September, 2004

Spruce Meadows Masters

Calgary, Alberta

September, 2004

Western Design Conference

Cody, Wyoming