Benches curving thru the Park.
For The Brooklyn Navy Yard, I have created "The Brooklyn Navy Yard Park" and "The Railroad Track" bike racks". In both of these projects I took inspiration from the Past and looked to reinvent it. In creating Public Art for a community, my goal is to create a sense of Space where people come together, interact, and feel special.
For "The Brooklyn Navy Yard Park", I repurposed ship doors into park tables. It was important that the wheels would once again turn in the new location. I want people to interact both visually and physically with the art.
The glass block from a now demolished machine shop inspired the “Glass Block benches”. The reflection of light on the glass changes during the day. I love the natural beauty of light that nature brings to the Park.
Miles of track used to run thru the Yard. The original track has been recycled.
With the "Railroad Track" bike and motorcycle racks, I repurposed track that once ran for miles thru the Yard. It wasn't until I unearthed the track that I saw how it had been engineered to connect underground. I decided to visually expand on the original functional aspect in my sculptural design.
MTA permanent collection. Columbia University subway platform.
My Sculpture " Railriders Throne" is in the New York City MTA's permanent collection. It is located on the downtown platform of the Columbia University subway station at 116th street.
The design of the Throne was influenced by the original tile work in the station. I have witnessed commuters actually express disappointment when the train has arrived before they had a chance to rest in the Throne. As an artist, I can't imagine a higher compliment.
The projects on this page are Site- Specific New York Public Art commissions. I am a M/WBE certified NYC business. Please contact me to discuss a project.