In the most current work I am colliding structural systems in nature and the built environment. Steam bent white oak, acrylic sheet, and bronze rod joined with copper rivets and stainless steel bolts are physically and conceptually entwined with hollow cast Braytoncrete spheres. Several recent pieces allow the viewer to interact by moving sculptural elements within tight limits, as in an abacus. This allows the imagery to shift in balance and focus from day to day. My work continues to arc across two and three-dimensions. Sculpture and drawing run parallel and sometimes overlap, but neither is dominant. Abstraction acts as a filter for references to plant forms, wind patterns, Polynesian stick charts, boat building methods and other imagery that I have seen and stored. Found objects introduce the element of chance. Humor, confrontation, surprise, and pathos are choreographed through the interaction of spheres, discs, arcs, angles and cubes.