About My Work …

One dark night in my bed, I laid quite still, alone, in dread. There was a face. I did not move a muscle. Who was in the window, I asked in a puzzle. No one, they said. It’s ok, leaving me, alone in my bed.

So, many years later, it’s no surprise that my paintings emphasize emotions and ideas. I use the power of my imagination to bypass reason and escape the uncertainty and angst of reality. My paintings are neither decorative nor interpretations of reality; they are inventions. They are often filled with uncertain themes and moods, depicting people and places in ways that one does not often see, think, or feel about them.

Ideas for my paintings come from my travels, lived experiences, and studies of themes and motifs from art history, ancient cultures, psychology, and the natural world.

About My Watercolors …

It’s what I do when I travel or am on the go. Watercolors are easily transportable and enable me to quickly capture what I see.


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