“ I approach the art of sculpting like seeing through the lens of a camera. My desire is to create art that coaxes viewers to look deeper into life.”
To my good fortune, my art education began with a highly successful artist, Marian Snyder. When I first met her she was 88. Her approach to sculpting was traditional in a practical way and her work was representational and stunningly beautiful. I worked with her for 10 years. She lived to the amazing age of 104.
Along with my art school education I studied with several great artists, each one teaching me their unique approach. The mix was, for me, a most valuable education and afforded me the ability to become an eclectic sculptor. This explains why my art addresses a broad range of styles and motifs; an approach I value most in my work. It allows me the freedom to take my work in my own creative direction.
Scottsdale Artists' School 2005-2015 National School of Cosmetology and Esthetics 1994 International Professional School of Bodywork, San Diego 1982 University of Southern California 1961-1993 San Jose State University 1960-1961 Mt. San Antonio College 1959-1960 Claremont High School graduated 1960
Michael Ezzell, Artist (2011) Lincoln Fox, Artist (Ongoing since 2009) Jonathan Bickart, Artist, Getty Museum, Los Angeles (2008) Cranston Montgomery, Artist (Ongoing since 2005) Marian Snyder, Artist (Ongoing since 2003) Cinthia Joyce, Artist (Ongoing since 2003)