As an artist, I believe that true meaning cannot be conveyed by the outer appearance of things, but must be recognized on a deeper
level of awareness.
Above all, I consider myself a colorist. Colors have a great emotional impact for me, and they are always my starting point. The non-objective forms and textures I use appear in some mysterious way that is very personal. I deal with abstractions that hint at spirituality and lush colors that create shifting illusions. I believe art is timeless and evokes the spiritual, be it through signs, symbols, colors or forms. For me art represents the timelessness of the human spirit, a never-ending spiraling thread, winding through all ages and cultures, expressing love and passion through the use of color, texture and form.
I like to watch people view my work, and invariably each sees something different and entirely unique to their own experience.
I make visible what, without me, might never be seen.