My creative life has been one of creating visually the personal, past and present woven through God's world. With over thirty years in the creative field, the synergy of style, time and space have merged together as one professionally. My artistic journey has been one of a hyper realist discipline to one of a painterly impressionist. Artistic influences have been many and varied, from photo-realist Richard Estes and Ralph Goings to my favorite of artists, Monet and Van Gogh.
Three series are in progress. "A day in the life", a hyper-realist set of paintings based on a year long shoot of eveyday objects encountered in a typical day. The obscurity of the objects we interact with subconsciously intriques me. Still lifes, if you will. A second series is the "American Car", another hyper-realist series dedicated to the automobiles of my childhood started after a duel with cancer. Lastly, "The Passion of Dance" series of gesture pieces celebrating the art and mastery of dance.