My sculptures are serial progressions working with the intersection of form and surface. The sculptures are created through devastating reformation of the material. Fire melts and moves the steel where I need it to go. The forms resulting slightly resemble the steel in its original form. As I work with any material, I strive to find its possibilities and limits. The material teaches me what is possible. My tall, thin, steel sculptures are made with both a vase and a plant in mind; the result is both and neither. The surfaces, unusual and interesting, help invoke imaginary histories of the forms.