"The most beautiful experience we can have is the Mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science."
Albert Einstein, from "The World as I See it,"originally published in Forum and Century, 1931.
I refer to these sculptures as my Zen series. They are significant in their simplicity, reduced to essence or impression, intimate in size. Their metaphoric content is most often related to on personal or private levels, calling forth thoughts, feelings, memories and imagination that differs from one individual to another. The landscape elements lend emphasis and sometimes a feeling of space and vastness to the privacy of a captured moment.
If in need of a more specific title for the series, I would call it "1,000 Steps," after one of the sculptures by the same name. There is a thread of continuity to the works that suggests a long journey. They are created without preconception, so I never know where the next step will lead.
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