Like wood, stone is an archetypal sculptural material, with a history that stretches back to the earliest human artifacts. The critic Robert Hughes once called marble a medium of “public address” because of its wide use in civic spaces. A piece like Book of Light recalls that history in form, but also exposes a hidden translucency inherent in some marbles, which is only seen when they are carved “thin”.

Tabula Rasa (II)
The Walker
The Source
The Maw
The Book of Light
Small Shelter (Wing)
Small Stele (wound)
Salt’s Dream