My urge to create comes from the world of movement, kinesthetics. It is my need to dramatize the simplicities of anatomy in movement and find the true essence of these movements. It is only by uncovering the variations of movements that I discover the pinnacle moment of movement which represents my figure or portrait. This has never been clearer than the art of movement as in dance and in music. The climax of a symphony leaves the listener with the heartbeat of the artist. The same occurs when we view sculpture, we enter the theatre when we walk in front of the sculpture and hope to be moved and thrilled.
The moment of a movement, which clarifies and speaks to the artist, relates the most amount of significance to the observer. It transcends the other moments.