This is my personal website, but it is hard to distance myself from my work, which is so much a part of me.
To learn about my labyrinth work, please go to: www.labyrinth-enterprises.com.
For those of you unfamiliar with labyrinths, note that these are not puzzles or games. These are patterns with a single path which leads unerringly (although circuitously) to the center. Since arriving is a foregone conclusion, walking a labyrinth is more about the quality of the journey, whereas solving a maze is more about trying to reach the center. The center is still important in a labyrinth; however, it is a meditative moment at the midpoint of your walk (after which, you return via the same path that led you there).
I feel labyrinths are appropriate in most public spaces, including parks, airports, hospitals, schools, churches, and retreat centers. Why is there a labyrinth revival? Because we need them! They return us to a sense of balance and equilibrium.
Concrete labyrinth, using a proprietary method of installation.
Our 8,000 sq. ft. labyrinth studio was the only one of its kind in the world. It was closed on July 1, 2011.
We use artists from around the country, including Marty Kermeen, (above) who specializes in paver labyrinths. Since my retirement, we have turned Labyrinth Enterprises, LLC, into a collaborative of labyrinth artists who can install every kind of labyrinth.