Topomythical Projections are the way I refer to these almost minimal sculptures. They are stories about the large scale landscape cast in bronze and mounted on a blocks of rusted steel. Look closer and what you see on the top surface are structures that you can read. They embody the concept that "the earth speaks".
One piece has a poem given to me by the late Miller Williams concerning the necessity of compassion. The poem is readable in the tilted surface which also refers to the landscape of Peru. Another piece has excerpts from a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King jr. on his concern for our countries war in Vietnam. He speaks about a call for a "True revolution of values" and that he must speak out against injustice because "his conscience gives him no other choice".
They come out of my career back in 1967 when a trip to the Southwest inspired me to look more closely at the large landscape. These pieces are the final statements on the subject. and include my studies leading to the Peace Prayer fountain.