Artist Statement

Visual imagery need not have their basis rooted in fact but can arise through imagination, fantasy/reverie, brushings of information/misinformation, etc. In my present work I am pursuing images of visual intimations (spiritual or otherwise) which are the distillations of all knowledge and life experiences (cognizant or otherwise) that I have realized.

I approach my work philosophically as well as visually; and although of occasional initial apparent specificity my images are, generally, not precisely meaningful but rather are encouragements towards extolling the virtues I find inherent within the psychological and/or emotional figurative landscape.

In the end, what is important is the pure enjoyment of creating images, in creating images that then generate internal dialogue ultimately manifesting itself visually into my love for either narrative figuration or in minimal landscape.