My work and research explores line and form as it is related to the body. In this exploration of line and form, I create work from the transitions between two- and three-dimensional states. Using metal, wire, wood, cloth, and paper to build three-dimensional drawings, I develop sculptural prototypes that become the subject of possible drawings and prints and culminate as a sculptural installation. My sculptural work is large-scale so that the form has a relationship to the viewer’s body. I am researching binary relationships of opposition such as open/closed, figure/ground, and negative/positive as a way to understand human nature, our mortality, and the inherent oppositions within us all.