The last major public sculpture, “The Dawn of Law, ” was completed for the State House, Trenton, NJ featuring the words, “ORDER CHAOS.”
Another outgrowth of public works was the commentary on the site into which the work was built. Such commentary led to a more activist bent including a series that was called political–optical work; a show held in Allentown, PA directed at Newt Gingrich who had lived in that town. The connection between a public work and its site was copied in a series of paintings where two images were shown interacting with each other. The mid-nineties saw participation in a wide range of group shows, including participation in a show that was circulated throughout Germany. A squash-shaped doorway was featured in “Ten Step” at the Horodner Romley Gallery in New York City. The late nineties were given over to the curating of a show with Anne Dixon called, “Dada Country”, and a retrospective which was shown at the Michener Museum in Bucks County, PA.