: PROGRESS NUMBER THREE : Welded Steel And Wood in a series that attempts to cause the viewer to determine what is progress. What is the measure of progress, the number of trees per hour we cut or the amount of oxygen we breathe?
Mandorla or almond in Italian is a symbol of the intersection of heaven and earth. The almond is the figure that is left from the intersection and represents life. The mandorla surrounded many and century Christian paintings.
"Progress Number Seven" This sculpture attempts to illuminate the senseless destruction of global forests, the same forests that fix carbon, create oxygen, and cool this planet that we all live on. Created with recycled wood and bronze.
Fabricated steel, forged steel, and wood sculpture representing the process of transcendence. The sculpture rises from the earth (wood) via the snake representing basic life (world of opposites) towards an ethereal transcendence.