Rusty compression springs and a structure of steel lines redefine “sitting.”
Footprints and thoughts for reflection.
An abacus calendar, allowing passers-by to create their own temporal records.
Wooden rings, held together with steel braces, rhythmically shift their openings.
Glass louvers are suspended in ball bearings on a steel frame.
Glass shards, upended and held in suspension, by steel rods and grid.
The rider propels the chair by turning the large steel wheels.
Steel and bronze fountain installed at Eucalyptus Knolls in Marin.
Latex tubes supported by forged steel rings and rods.
A table-top heart in SFGH’s 2011 series of Hearts in San Francisco.