Todd Fry creates abstract sculptures and paintings with wood, stone, chain and nails. He chooses disfigured logs destined for the mulch machine, and granite headed for the stone crusher, uncovering the intrinsic beauty hidden within the damaged and discarded. Thousands of nails join heavy chain in a dangerous dance of the innocent with the guilty. Todd attacks each piece with the same ferocity he attacks himself: burning and cutting, drilling and destroying, trying to understand the pleasure of pain and the anguish of love; struggling to distinguish between the tyranny of the righteous and the compassion of the evil. Todd believes that abstract art is a flawless mirror for the subconscious, providing a surface on which to examine our deepest hopes and fears; the darkest memories we choose to forget; a place to confront the angels and demons lurking within us all.