• The Call

    The Call

  • Untamed

    Untamed

  • Innocense

    Innocense

  • The Golden Cayuse

    The Golden Cayuse

  • The Pony Rider

    The Pony Rider

  • Ode to the Journey

    Ode to the Journey

  • The Charger

    The Charger

  • Pastoral

    Pastoral

  • The Jockey

    The Jockey

  • Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

    Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

  • The Worker

    The Worker

  • The Aristocrat

    The Aristocrat

  • Ode to the Journey

    Ode to the Journey

  • Inheritor II

    Inheritor II

  • The Mustang

    The Mustang

  • Inheritor IV

    Inheritor IV

As a young American art student in Holland, I asked myself how would I conceive of an equestrian monument. My professor had said all good sculpture is blind. This led me to the meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninas. He said Man seeks harmony and by studying nature he finds himself and in finding himself, he finds the deity.  I finally came to the conclusion that to create harmony between the human figure and the horse, I had to create a unity of the horizontal component (the horse), and the vertical component (the rider).