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   Portrait photo by Roger Anderson

   My interest lies in abstract figurative sculpture using the lost wax bronze casting method.  The human body holds such universal identification, complexity and mystery.  Attitudes, emotions and spirit can be depicted through gestural form.  Personal relationships, self-portrait, or popular myth hold my fascination. 
   My sculptures range from small tabletop gesture studies to life-size abstractions, unique one-of-a-kind casts to limited edition works of seven or twelve.  This website represents only a small sample of my works.  Numerous portfolios display between 400 and 500 works, including a small group of drawings and paintings, but the majority of these have sold. Many of my sculptures are now in private art collections in Australia, Belgium, England, France, Switzerland, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, China & the USA.

Parted II
Parted II

Moore & Barnett
"Studies of the Human Figure - Henry Moore and Cheryl Barnett" exhibition,
Eleonore Austerer Gallery, Palm Desert, 2004 - Gallery closed, 2011

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   I abstract by simplifying the minimal qualities of line, form and space to suggest a universal response to the figurative form. 
By manipulating concave and convex shapes, I create an open structural illusion to imply volume and mass.  I search to capture the human essence within the folded and twisted wax that is cast into metal.