Painting remains a potent language for how we share our thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Throughout art’s glorious history, painting has endured its many fluctuations—from representational to nonrepresentational, abstract to photorealism, landscape and figure—remaining a fluid an unpredictable source of imagination.
We may leave our homes, work office, and even artist studio and make our way around this chaotic world, and yet somehow the things we witness and experience inevitably play a role in shaping our lives. As an artist, those visual snapshots come back to the studio where anything can transpire, happen, and be created. The world, as I see it, cannot change in an instant by art, but it’s purposeful and organic spread into the active part of our brains lives to tell the story.