I am a retired psychologist, a former college instructor and an active artist whose creativity is expressed in welded sculptures. I am married to a wonderful artist, Nancy Kronenberg, and I have four sons.
I enjoy shaping and molding steel and copper into pleasing and unusual forms. Sometimes, sculpting begins as a free-form journey. Sometimes the design takes shape from a thought or inspiration. The most exciting experience occurs when I dream about a sculpture, and then begin to build on that dream. Because Cubism fascinates me, I frequently develop and use the techniques associated with it to create representational and nonrepresentational art. Additionally, Nancy and I often combine our talents to create sculptural art.
Each sculpture is made by hand, and individually created. My goal is for my art to have a timeless quality that will be enjoyed from generation to generation.