Storm represents two contrasting figures struggling against the powers of nature. The woman is looking back as if she has lost something in the tragedy. While the man leans forward, head down, into the wind and rain with single-minded determination. The contrast of their poses and reactions to the unfolding drama can be seen in its many forms from all angles. The work was inspired by hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, but I call it Storm because it symbolizes the concept of tragedy in all its dark forms. 20” x 24” 24” high, bronze

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