We live in a time when bottom lines drive headlines.
While the global economy is heating up, the globe itself appears in peril and we all discuss it over social networks. Funding for the arts faces an uncertain future. Even the art of conversation has been reduced to "tweets."
In the midst of all this, we choose art.
What we do may be closer to magic than math.
In the face of challenging economic times, it is easy to question the value of what we do. We turn the kaleidoscope of chaos into sculpture and wood works, figures and photographs. It's our calling, our obsession. We loose sleep over our ideas and get chills when
they come together. And when we get one right, it moves you, makes you want to feel, to remember, to escape, to dream. We speak to your soul because ours speaks to us.
We choose art.