Stephen L. Egert - December 2005

Egert’s sculptures elegantly combine neon light with hand-finished hardwoods and polished stone. 

These components come together to provide another way to convey Egert’s thesis: all of the elements that make up the human experience, even each individual’s acknowledgement of physical self and spiritual being, can and do co-exist, often in spite of natural disaster and human interference. 

In essence, a necessary and often mystifying fragile balance makes this possible.