The earliest plexiglass pieces involve the interrelationship
between primary simplified forms. Circles and squares of
various sizes were worked together to form the visual components
of the sculpture. Later sculptures incorporate organic
flow patterns that move through and across surfaces.
This spatial interplay between simplified geometric
shapes and organic form was later worked into the cast
The plexiglass pieces incorporate mirrored surfaces to enhance the visual
space within the sculpture and to involve the viewer and the surrounding
setting within the reflections of the piece. There is a strong emphasis placed
on figure-ground forms and their integration through color and shape.
The recent series called Summer Frolic deals with human figures in animated and
contrapuntal relationships. These hydrostone and bronze sculptures express the
playfulness one feels in the warmth of a summer's day. This series emphasizes
the juxtaposition of the female figure and the interaction between their various
Click here to view an interview with Roger about his artwork techniques for a show from December 8, 2011 - January 21, 2012. This interview was done by Gallary@Second.com.
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