Here’s the part where I tell you about myself and how my wire sculpture evolved.
During the summer when I was nine years old, I spent time on my father’s construction sites where I found wire, pliers, and wire cutters. Watching rebar being secured inside foundations, I started my twisted world of wire sculpture. I continued to play with wire for the next 57 years, creating wire sculptures for family and friends as gifts.
In 2017, someone observing me sculpting wire suggested I try to sell my wire art. In 2018 I joined a collaborative gallery [Artist Collaborative Gallery 129K Street, Old Sacramento, CA] where I have been selling wire sculptures until the present.
I graduated from college with a B.A. in art but pursued a nursing degree. As a Registered nurse, working in the operating room for 37 years, Creating wire sculptures has been a constant source of therapy and relaxation in my life outside the operating room. Through all this time, my mind’s eye has helped my wire sculptures continue to evolve into the works of art you’ll find on my Twisted wire site.