Steel Sculptures (painted)
- These works are constructed from steel pipe elements, which have been tightly wrapped, bound and knotted using processes such as heating, cutting and welding. The forms are analogous with processes most often associated with flexible linear elements such as thread or cord. It is at times similar to twist fencing wire or the tendrils of the grapevine. The painted surfaces on the sculptures are achieved by the application of coats of automotive acrylic lacquer to establish a feeling of depth. The resulting finish can often resemble the quality of polished stone.