My sculpture Holding is about connections, our connections to each other, from our intimate connections to our mothers in the womb to a casual wave to a stranger; from our personal connections in our daily lives to those shared with humanity and the cosmos – from what was here before we were born and what will be here after we leave. I see connection imagery everywhere — in the tangible form of a spiders web, a knot tied, a ladder, a bridge — and in the intangible bonds made visible by hands held, words spoken and glances cast.