2000-2002, Boston Sculptors Gallery,
I collected seedpods, twigs and petals, and embedded them in translucent resin, like insects trapped in amber. Some are within tiny cubes, creating modular units that can be stacked in varying configurations. Others are inside shapes cast from tree trunks or hands. The sculptures create a synthesis of natural and built forms.
Of the wall's worth of tiny pieces, each on a little shelf, the most touching are those with resin hands ... -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS