I’ve been a sculptor for over 30 years.  I started late in sculpture.  I had a full career in the U. S. Air Force.  While at Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska,  working on my BFA, I took my first sculpture class and decided that sculpture was the only way for me to be able to express my vision.  I work primarily in bronze, using the lost wax process, but have also worked in aluminum, steel and wood.  Because I do extensive revision of the wax positive I make from a clay beginning, each piece is unique, no copies are made. My work is primarily figurative with various subjects that appeal to me, from mythology, nature, or emotion.  I strive to show movement, both subtle and obvious. 

I have works in Australia;  Norway, France, Spain and in private collections throught the United States.

I currently am a member of the Artists' Cooperative Gallery in Omaha's Old Market and also have works at The Burkholder Project in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Connect Gallery in Omaha, and at the Lemon Street Gallery in Kenosha, Wisconsin.