Years ago I began to use improvisation as a way of making work. I discovered that while working in an improvisational method the content of the piece would come through subconsciously. While developing from a reaction or response to materials to finished work, this process could open the artwork to truth, and with purity. The more I explored improvisation the more interesting things would develop in the work both physically in material and in the symbolic images. Inspired by the results I introduced this into my teaching and discovered even more of the methods potential. I called it "Improv Works”. To define this method it would be to react to any material or object in the moment to create a sculpture without worry of the subject. At anytime more material or made objects could be introduced to the project. This simple moment of improv suddenly became a new set of variables to consider in the work. This focus on the dialog or design happening between materials and forms can begin to reveal itself through the creation. As a result of this method the subject of the work will become clear through a subconscious transfer. At this moment of discovery then the finishing of the work can begin for final development.