Art has always been a way of life for me. As a child learning to write in first and second grades I would draw pictures on my lessons. Today my work ranges from urban images, landscapes and still lifes.
Artists have painted the human figure in forest environs and urban venues throughout the centuries. My paintings are a progression of that genre and a reflection of our times. Almost all forests have been paved over and replaced with streets, traffic, commercial signs, gas stations and large box stores. My art portrays the figure in these modern settings just as artists long ago portrayed the figure in the natural settings of their day.
Whenever an attempt is made to set rules for art it ceases to be creative. I let my art find its own way, like visual poetry, and portray the figure as a divine creation in true human form.