Voyages of Discovery
Sculptures That Tell A Story
Carl’s mercurial talents can be found on several continents, gracing the spaces of those who like to surround themselves with uniquely beautiful pieces … Those who will enjoy telling the story about how they unearthed their alluring investment, and what it means to them.
Few of us get to do what we really love – and for Carl, creating these pieces can sometimes be a sheer act of self-indulgence. It allows the flow of long forgotten memories and emotions to ingratiate themselves into forms of the wood, bone, bronze and stone.
Carl’s sculptures tell a story. They entertain and engage all who see them. They provoke thought. They are naturally ambiguous, layered and undefined, allowing collectors or gallery visitors the pleasure of unravelling their secrets. His works can be enjoyed in a variety of materials including bone, wood, stone and bronze.
I work like the automatic artist of the Surrealist movement in that I trust my subconscious to generate ideas. The emphasis is on “magic, accident, irrational, symbols, and dreams”. Like the Rorschach (inkblot) test, the material often suggests images and sometimes presents them in an unusual way. The image made depends ultimately upon what lies in the subconscious, elements of chance, and the spirit of the times.
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