Marble and Stone Sculptures

The Italians call marble the "tears of the gods". It is an elegant material to sculpt, as it allows expression from the most delicate to the monumental, highly polished to natural texture, allowing light to penetrate and emanate from its surface. I enjoy shaping such a hard material as marble into sensuous, flowing forms that suggest the human spirit. When I leave elements unfinished or the natural stone the viewer is invited to complete sculpture in their mind’s eye.

The Dance
Cuore
Dolce
Flora
Radish Goddess
Odalisque
Liberty
Liberty
Artemis
Madona Confined
Moon Goddess
Moon Goddess
Moon Goddess
Rosebud
Sea Breeze
Haiku
Feminine Waves
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The Dance

The Dance

Italian marble

Cape Cod Arts Association - Open Juried Exhibit 2015 Received Best Abstract in Show award

Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 119th Annual Juried Exhibition, NYC
Received the Harriet W. Frishmuth Award, 2015

25"H x 30"W x 6"D

Cuore

Cuore

Italian marble

* Won best in show - Cape Cod Art Association March 2017

* Won 3rd place - Overall in the Light Space & Time International Figurative Exhibition April 2017

* Won 1st Place - 3 Dimensional Category in the Light Space & Time International Figurative Exhibition

* Exhibited at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 80th Regional Exhibition of Arts and Crafts 2015

8.5"H x 14"W x 7"D

Dolce

Dolce

Vermont Marble

16"H x 7"W x 5"D

private collection

Flora

Flora

Italian Marble
Created and carved in Pietrasanta, Italy

30"H x 38"W x 10"D

Radish Goddess

Radish Goddess

Vermont Marble

I am inspired by the beauty of natural forms — from the massive shapes of rocks in the woods to the fascinating curves found in luscious vegetables. ‘Radish Goddess,’ is an abstraction of a radish with sensuously rounded curves, topped by leaves shooting upward in a gesture of life and strength

18"H x 7"W x 5"D

Odalisque

Odalisque

Vermont marble relief

32"H x 11"W x 8"D

Liberty

Liberty

Direct carved in Vermont marble.
Won the Anna Hyatt Hutchinson Award
at the 118th annual Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club juried exhibition, National Arts Club, December 2014 in NYC.

21"H x 10"W x 6"D

Private collection

Liberty

Liberty

View from the side

Direct carved in Vermont marble

21"H x 10"W x 6"D

Artemis

Artemis

ARTEMIS, one of the great divinities of the Greeks. She was the Hellenic goddess of the hunt, wild animals, wilderness, childbirth, virginity and protector of young girls, bringing and relieving disease in women;
Italian Marble

36"H x 24"W x 19"D

private collection

Madona Confined

Madona Confined

Alabaster, marble base and marble cores

24"H x 13"W x 8"D

Moon Goddess

Moon Goddess

Vermont marble
Won Honorable Mention in the Roddy Competition, Concord Art Association, MA 2015

Exhibited at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 81st Regional Exhibition of Arts and Crafts 2016

Exhibited at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 81st Regional Exhibition of Arts and Crafts 2016

24"H x 13"W x 7"D

Moon Goddess

Moon Goddess

Rutland Vermont Marble
Won the Roddy Competition, Concord Art Association, MA 2015

24"H x 13"W x 7"D

Moon Goddess

Moon Goddess

On exhibit at the Fitchburg Art Museum Summer 2016 Annual Arts and Crafts Exhibit

Rosebud

Rosebud

Rose Alabaster on marble base

14"H x 12"W x 6"D

Sea Breeze

Sea Breeze

Alabaster

9"H x 11"W x 6"D

Haiku

Haiku

Vermont Marble created 2016

11"H x 7"W x 4"D

Feminine Waves

Feminine Waves

Vermont Marble on Norwegian blue granite 2016

12"H x 24"W x 6"D