Limestone,10” diameter x 6” depth, 2006
This sculpture was carved from a circular piece of limestone. The form is based on the shape of the soap film minimal surface on a configuration of a wire trefoil knot. There is a nice interaction of the form and space with light and shadow.
Nat Friedman Professor Emeritus, University at Albany-SUNY
"I have been an avid sculptor since taking a sculpture class in 1971. I was strictly a carver of wood and stone but discovered the advantage of clay for sculpting Möbius bands and knots when taking a ceramics class in 2003."