Many artists are drawn to the quiet, private act of bathing. It is such a simple and intimate moment, so unselfconscious and unreserved. For my wife, it is a refuge, a reprieve from the burdens of the day, a chance to shake off the dust of life and re-anoint herself with the confidence, grace and patience with she greets the day. It can be a time to reflect, to laugh, or to cry. Married to me, it might be a time to do all three. This is not truly a sculpture of her but one she inspired. And until I wrote this, she never knew it. I hope it captures the breath of renewal that she finds there.

Bronze     9-1/2” x 5-1/2″ x 5”  (w/o base)