Though I use computer technology to make my paintings, my aesthetic is closer
to the traditions of painting and my personal vision than to digital technology.
Digital technology enables great technical facility and multiple perspectives of
the work as it develops, but my inspiration and mentality are deep in my heart,
mind and hand.
In my most recent paintings the subjects are moments from the ever changing dance of existence: a reality of mind, heart and universe.
These painted moments are a direct visual language where the color and form speaks to our eyes.
For me these paintings present realities of domains, objects and interactions. Like growth, decay, evolution, conflict, dominance, footholds, cleansings, courting, rejection, adventure, resonance.
And in our world of continuous transitions, even though we have the technology to make art which is also in continuous transition, I still have a need to make paintings that focus on a single moment, lasting until entropy drags them to who knows where.