Crowds have their own critical mass, but they are full of individuals. These could be flowers, birds, fish, faces, caricatures, puppets or simply abstract glass shapes.
In “Faces in the Crowd”, there is a deliberate sense of ambiguity in the forms used. Intentionally, the viewer is left wondering what these elements are. The figures are not intended to be literal but are designed to resonate differently with each onlooker. They are all created as unique, stand-alone sculptures, but you can group them together. They are rugged individuals, with their own personalities, but they can live together in harmony!