These joyfully colored presences celebrate the physicality of the human body and external structures. Brightly painted spaces, defined with lacy openwork and reflective glass beads, create patterns of light and shadow. The surfaces differentiate but also connect the spaces between the sculptures, through repetition of shape, scale and materials, creating a feeling of community, enfolding the viewer. Geometric yet irregular, each work is different, yet relates to its neighbor, much the way a landscape of sunflowers all follow and lean towards the sun as it moves across the sky. Visual repetition amplifies the impact of these graceful “characters” as their architectural framework reminds us of a cityscape, landscape or crowd of people.