I am interested in experimental painting using gestural suggestions that capture the viewer’s imagination. My work is characterized by free flowing brush strokes which give a sense of movement and balance. As the unfolding work goes through a series of evolutionary stages, I constantly investigate shapes and possibilities which end in a study of visual excitement. Slowly I have discovered the secret of my art which consists of a meditation on color and experimentation. With more involvement and regularity, I have learned to push each study in a certain direction.
By working in a nonobjective format, I have the ability to combine my love of color with informality of form to express the style I paint in while constantly revising my intentions. My themes present different phases of my studies which are evolving and progressive. As a contemporary artist my paintings cannot remain at a standstill but must be a process of development. I am always open to change and what emerges is influenced by color, texture, shape, line and nonobjective imagery.
Take I-385 to the Haywood Rd exit. Turn left onto Haywood then right on Pelham Rd. Continue for 3 miles. Turn right into the subdivision, and the studio is located in the first house on the right.