Dance of life - Lithe dancers turning on their poles are held in place by an oak frame representing that ancient device for measuring financial transactions, the abacus: originating in Mesopotamia, but most widespread in Asia. The acrobatic performers' glossy allure corresponds to the surge of interest in the new economies of China and the Far East. As the saying goes, 'Money makes the world go round.'
Persephone - This sensual, contemporary reworking of the Greek mythological account of Persephone, in oak-mounted stainless pewter relief, celebrates Persephone as Eternal Goddess of Spring and bringer of fertility. The relief itself is pomegranate shaped, recalling what is thought to be the true fruit of the biblical Tree of Life. Generously crafted female bodies in repose represent the seeds of life, in turn reflecting upon the promise of new beginnings.
Tree of Life - Cast in bronze from real apple branches, then composed into a new form, Tree of Life draws deep, archaic meaning from the biblical story of the Garden of Eden. Outstretched bodies reach up and intermingle with the branches in a celebration of life that depicts the joyful human spirit as fully interdependent with nature.

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