These photographs portray outdoor sculptures at the Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Garden in their garden setting. Rather than showing the sculptures in a documentary-fashion, I regarded them as living things which reacted and responded—sometimes subtly, sometimes dramatically—to seasonal, weather and lighting changes in their environment. Sculptors have often expressed the notion that outdoor sculptures are designed to reflect and adapt to a natural setting, but this is rarely appreciated by art lovers. My intention and hope was to enhance the viewer's experience of these works of art through my photography.

John Russell, Chief Art Critic of The New York Times, in his review of these images, wrote that he has "never seen better photographs of outdoor sculpture."