The artist, a former physician, has worked 4 decades in developing a unique
sculptural expression in heat fired, molded copper and tin, mounted in rock. Using his own metal alloys, heated to their eutectic point, he sculpts curves and textures as if it were clay. Patinas and colored resins are added as trim. In his trees he uses naturalistic arboreal anatomy and features to portray the human condition. Twisted limbs, split trunks , and probing roots portray relationships, struggle, and adaptation. He shows the trees as unique, believable, and inspiring.