My art is multi-dimensional, always providing an integrated experience that involves many senses during the short time the audience interacts with my public work.
Of course, the average person sees the actual metal art; they may even touch it or climb on it. But, a key component to my art is casting shadows that change as the sunlight hits the object, thus creating a secondary dimension for the viewer. I also often integrate computer-generated imaging into my work to create a unique, interactive experience. During darkness, lights, reflectors, or different computer images can be integrated to provide another type of shadow. Even the wind passing through my art offers an additional sensory experience. My goal is always to create an evolutionary piece that constantly challenges the spectator to understand it deeper over years of viewings, visits, and admiration.