“The actual process of painting, the physical activity of it, the manipulation of the medium and the subconscious imagery that surface are of interest to me. I want to validate my relationship with them but they are suspect. I destroy many of these images trying to articulate the elusive. It’s an emotional and intellectual struggle that never seems to end.”
After many years in the graphic design field I am now devoting my energies to painting full time. I have been painting seriously for the past twenty five years. Although I do some figurative work, I’m primarily an abstract/ non-objective and abstract landscape painter. Although formally educated in art and graphic design, I attribute my development as a painter through experimentation and the actual process of painting more than any formal academic studies.