What do you see when you look at this piece? Is it the eyes, the hands the lips? All those things more readily visible if you look for them. Is it the abstract mask removed from her face featuring her eyes and nose more prominently but tipped on it’s side? That is there too if you can find your way to it. She removes the mask and reveals that person deep inside. What about the scribbles on her lips, coming out of her mouth?Read More
The journey to create seems to evolve in it’s own way - sometimes inspired at different levels. This piece was created as much in my head as it was through inspiration. No matter what, always an interesting process.Read More
Art has given me hope, new meaning in life, and an almost bottomless wonder and fascination with a never ending curiosity. There are enough of all of these things to take me throughout my lifetime and help me move forward in a happier and more engaged way.Read More
My mind wanders and I’ll confess that I cherish lovely and classic things … iconic fashion pieces that have withstood the test of time. My thoughts bring me to some of the more well-known French design houses like Coco Chanel, Hermes, Dior, Yves St. Laurent or Rene Lacoste. When I think of the most elegant things, I think of the French design houses mostly.Read More
I created an abstract ocean wave recently and close up, it is very abstract. Up close it’s a collection of geometric shapes encompassing rhythm and movement as the blues blend into greens. From a distance, it resembles a glacial-laced ocean wave crashing on the shore. I love the beauty of abstraction — but I love order too. This piece is both of those things.Read More
I started creating art in July 2017 after a relapse from MS (multiple sclerosis). Since that time, my journey has taken a few different turns as can be seen through the evolution of my signature.Read More
Not everything is as it seems. This piece is one of my favorites because there is so much complexity to it. Not only technical complexity, but meaning as well.
From a distance, it looks like an abstract, tranquil beach with a thatched texture. If a viewer moves in close enough to read my new RED DOT “penny”, they’ll notice the detail of 1000’s upon 1000’s of nails that comprise this simple beach sceneRead More