When an individual or a corporation purchases a sculpture, it joins the life of its new owner where it gains a new identity and meaning in a context distinct and special from the life in which it was conceived. I am gratified to see the sculpture transformed by a new context.
These sculptures may be installed indoors or out, but they have a special affinity with the natural world of plants, stone and water. A flat stone, gravel bed or mulch will visually separate the sculpture from the grass and make maintenance easier or the sculpture may be nestled into a flowerbed. A mound of earth or a pedestal of bricks or stone will raise a sculpture above plantings and give it a more commanding presence.