Sculpting with stones found at Greenwich Point in CT began as a fun, creative was a way to spend time with my two children when they were very young. In the past couple of years, I have taken stone sculpting to another level. In the early morning before sunrise or in the late afternoon when the light is at its best, I head to the beach. Guided by the sun, the weather, the wind, and the tides, and inspired by the rock shapes, it begins, – balancing one rock atop another. There’s no glue, no rods, no pebbles or sand, just balance. It is about what you find and what you want to make of it. The magic is when you let the rock go, and it just stays.
As my sculpting technique has evolved, so have my photographs. I’ve always gravitated toward clean, simple expression; these photographs rely solely upon nature for their beauty. Enjoy. www.greenwichpointrocks.com.
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