Artist Statement


Through studies of landscape and the human figure, my work explores the multiple dimensions, and often intermingled aspects of life, death, memory, space, and time. With greater inquiry into the dynamics that shape human conditions, thoughts, and emotions, my paintings seek to illuminate the sources of human expression, gesture, and nuance, through allegorical processes and commentary on the critical actions and reactions that may ultimately shape a lifetime.

My work presents perspectives on the dichotomy of tension between opposite extremes, and energies both seen and unseen, apparent and sublime, that continue to shape our lives and our places in the world.

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    • That looks like I commented on myself, but believe me, I am far too self conscious to say something of the sort. I do, however thank the person, who found my account open and hacked in a reply. I love you!

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