Pictured above are a variety of outdoor sculptures completed at different times over the last 20 years. The style of these works changes with the medium. Some of these sculptures were designed with groups of river stone set in symbolic or minimal patterns and placed in the earth. Each stone is hand engraved with a rhythmic line using a hammer and chisel. “Poseidon’s Gift” was selected to be shown in the “Art in the Park” outdoor sculpture exhibition at Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis, Maryland in 1995. This sculpture, a minimal representation of a fish, is permanently on display by the river walkway in the park. The show was sponsored by Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts and Quiet Waters Park. “The Pulse of Life” was created as part of Art Sites ‘96, sponsored by the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the International Sculpture Center. This work, a 210 foot circle of engraved river stones, was displayed in the Gardens of Tudor Place, Georgetown, Washington, DC. The sculpture took on a different arrangement at the Rockville Civic Center and Mansion Sculpture in the Park exhibit in 1997. “Slithering”, arranged as the title suggests, was placed behind the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre at the park in Rockville, Maryland. Two smaller versions of this work are now permanently on display. One is located in the park at Annemarie Gardens in Solomons, MD and the other is on the grounds of Strathmore Hall Arts Center in North Bethesda, MD. These works have also been shown at Brookside Gardens sculpture shows from 1997-2007 in Wheaton, Maryland, as well as many other events and shows in the region.