Before beginning iconography I had been a full-time sculptor. It was in fact the search for ways of expressing in sculpture the spiritual nature of the human person that led me to discover the icon tradition. Since 1983, apart from relief icon carvings, I have not done much sculpting in the round.
Recently however, while remaining committed to iconography as my main work, I have become interested in taking up again the task of exploring ways in which sculpted heads can suggest the divine image of God in man. Such works are not liturgical in function, but can play a role in the larger world of suggesting something of the spiritual dignity of the human person.
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