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The two-dimensional figures are introspective  and haunting. He captures the poses and moods of humble people in stoic silence. His people are typical, eternally waiting characters caught in situations of conflict, contemplation or just a state of being.

His experiments with three dimension have retained his obsession for texture. the granite murals, sculptures that pay homage to the machine and industry, are part of his experience of working in a factory.
In Conversation - Granite, 1985

Framed Faces - Pinewood, 1992, 2'3"

In Despair - Bronze

Mural made of granite and steel, 20' x 20' .

Scream - Bronze, 1989, 1'7" h
Eternal Egypt - wood construction collage & acrylic, 1997, 4'x3'