Most of my work in the first twenty years is in the figurative style. I utilize abstract yet recognizable elements. The theme of my work is the human condition or relationship. In my sculpture, there is no one-to-one relation of the sculptured form to the human body. A given work is not limited to a torso, four limbs, and a head. That's just one thing you could do. I try to use odd numbers of body parts as much as possible in my figures. Sculpture seems to work best using odd numbers of elements, three arms for example, or fragments of paired parts. I use voids to represent arms, chest, and heads as much as possible. There are works made from ½ inch thick mild steel. They are painted with acrylic enamel with a high glossy finish. I use primary colors for most of these sculptures in this series.