I have always believed that I was born with a brush in one hand and colored pencil in the other. I have always been an artist. I am an artist. I will always be an artist. I love to explore materials. I work very intuitively and spontaneously. That is not to say that I do not utilize other forms of expression to capture a thought, concept, or contemplation. But my work is driven by far deeper energies; ones that have deep pure resonances. They defy and elude definition. They remind us of the Invisible World that lies just beneath our feet or on the other side of the door.
My work is comprised of pure abstractions and figurative abstractions. The use of the figure allows me a point of triangulation, so that as I sail on the waves of creativity I do not sail too far off course. Even my pure abstractions have a point of reference. It could be the roots of a woodcut or the idea that fire and water can work together to form something harmonious.
I believe that art resonates with us in an infinite number of ways and at different space/times. How we choose to honor these gifts helps shape who we are, what we choose to do now, and how we choose to act in the future. I hope that my work resonates with people in a positive way and that it sparks mindful conversations.