Sculpture
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The first time I put my hands into clay, I knew I had come home. Working in clay is meditative, healing, and centering.
When I approach the clay, I enter into a dialog with the Creative Spirit. I reach beyond my daily world and invite mystery to emerge—that elusive part that can only be communicated with by listening. I listen with my hands and my heart, exploring.
I work primarily with the figure and masks, with metaphor, symbols, and found objects. I explore what comes down through the conduit of the head and heart, our connection to a higher realm. Sometimes I work with dream images that arise and ask to be expressed. Always I work with the Divine, with what is waiting to be born.
Nature speaks to me—the seasons of birth, growth, and death. New life returns, bringing continuity, forming a circle. I am particularly drawn to birds as they represent freedom and spirit, the ability to joyfully soar above the earth, see far, and bring knowledge back to earth.
All the elements are present when working with clay: earth, water, air, and fire. New beings emerge to tell their stories, similar to how characters arise in the writing process. The malleable nature of clay is constantly teaching me, challenging me because it’s unpredictable. The arc that begins with the seed idea evolves and is finally transformed into something more, something new—a surprise.

Particular attention to the encouragement of children and adolescents to perform agile and useful games. I have implemented a creative plan to recognize memorable games (but forgotten in practice) through the construction of the iconic sculptures of the games mentioned.
The sculptures are made using worn and scraped parts of cars and heavy industrial machinery. Such an initiative has been based on an outcry and an outcry to the negative effects of technology’s destructive aspects on human life.
If today the growing population of children, isolated, or nervous, and aggressive, lacking the skill of verbal communication and social integration with inappropriate organs and muscle weakness
Because of the result of this low activity and suppression of their emotions, their main thrills are concentrated only in the brain area and accustom the rest of the organs to laziness and weakness. And finally, human beings depict dead and alien hearts with the real world and their beauties.

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