“I have painted large and abstract for my entire career as an artist, but I have come to recognize that life is not just large and abstract. This time around, I have decided to diversify my artwork by going smaller, painting on new surfaces, and including older pieces that I have formed a bond with.
I enjoy the freedom a large-scale canvas provides, and the joy that comes with spreading color across it. When I go small, I still cling to color. I have discovered within myself that color is my dominant focus. Beyond that, I can live with a broader palette.
I’ve branched into wood and glass, wood because it’s natural feel, and glass with its touch of transparency. Both provide an alternative means of expression.
I have also included a couple of older pieces not previously shared because of the personal relationship I feel with each.
This is what I present now: DIVERSE”