This work is part of my ongoing inquiry into our human experience. I believe art - of all disciplines - serves to filter the collective experience of life. The visual artist, musician, writer, actor, etc. becomes the distiller, interpreting and processing the world.
The easel is where I go to process my relationship to the world at large and to gain a better understanding of self. My work originates from my own experience, but it’s my desire that it speaks to the experience of others.
These paintings represent both reactive and mindful states of being. Although they are a visual diary of the internal monologue I experience as I paint (it feels deeply personal), I believe our existence as human beings is inextricably linked, and hence, the realm of our experience universal.