Much of my work is about moments and how these moments build to having an experience that is both new and yet connected to ones that are primal or archetypal. Mount Everest in Black in resonates as a dream space, a place that in an instance turns from the concrete to the ephemeral. As you approach the sculpture, light and dark attempt to contain the other. You then see a hint of something over the horizon. Peering over the edge of the black into its liquid space the reflection of the mountain from above rises like a new moon radiating in the night sky. The reflection is simultaneously untouchable, it resides within an unknown space, yet it seems more real than its physical counterpart above.