Artistic Statement

My creative process has been shaped by my life long fascination of the integration of science and art. I am dazzled by nature’s beauty, the genius and whimsy of her inventiveness and the elegance of form that evolves from her blueprint for survival. Using my 5X magnifying glass or dissecting scope, I explore that which fascinates me like the structure of growth in sea shells or plants, the the delicate fluting on a mushroom, a lilac bud seen through a microscope. I endeavor to capture some essential essence, be it a glint of light, or the curve of a line, that will evoke a feeling of the whole, the simplicity and latent power of nature’s design. Creating abstract, metal sculpture evokes both the artist and the engineer within me and integrates the scientific inquiry and artistic expression that I find so enlivening.

Gallery Represetation

Moxley, Ross, Naranjo Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Hand Artes Gallery, Truchas, NM
Santa Fe Comtempory Art , Santa Fe, NM
Thomas Moxley Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM


“Spiral Forms, A Dance of Science and Art”
Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, NM
“Celtic Reflections”, Theater Work, Santa Fe, NM
“Essential Forms”, Santa Fe Contemporary Art Santa Fe, NM
“Artists and Friends”, Santa Fe Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NM
Sixth Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show, Ashley Park, Los Alamo, NM
Friends of Contemporary Artists Juries Show
Lewallen Contemporary Gallery , FOCA Show, Santa Fe, NM
“In The Round”, Sculpture Guild Show, Governor’s Gallery
College of Santa Fe, Invitational Sculpture Exhibition
Santa Fe Community College, Juried Sculpture Exhibition


Albion College, Albion, Michigan. Liberal Arts
University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill. BS. Occupational Therapy
Goddard College, Plainfield Vt. MA. Art Education
Boston Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston, Ma.
Haystack Mt. School of Crafts

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