"It depends on the final look that you want to achieve. I have used 4 different types of clay myself. There is water-based, oil based, sculpey, and paper clay. I know that if you want the best in detail, then waterbased clay is probably the foremost…"
After graduating high school in northern Wisconsin, I pursued my professional career as an artist. I attended the Ringling School of Art & Design in Sarasota, FL where I received my B.F.A. While majoring in Illustration, I realized that my true passion has always been sculpting. Using the two mediums, I developed my own sense of style. Movies, science fiction, animation, daily experiences, and my vivid imagination are essential tools that I rely on for inspiration.
I have established my sculpting studio in Eagle River, WI where I continue creating various new art.
About My Art:
I enjoy sculpting figurative and wildlife sculpture. I believe that gesture is the most important element in sculpting. Finding the right pose allows the figure to demonstrate the dynamic movement and rhythm that brings each piece to life. Sculpting allows me to create pieces that may trigger an emotion or feeling that captures the very essence or mood of the viewer.
Rodin, Michelangelo, James Muir, Teresa Hansen, Fritz White
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