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The Musky Fly Tying Workbench was one of series of watercolor object portraits featuring workbenches of creative people.
In my drive to discover the hidden mysteries of my subject matter, I turn my gaze to the vast and diverse flora that inhabits my life to create abstract and hallucinatory blooms of the imagination.
Using words as images, my handwritten marks push back on the mounting din of today’s soulless data. Their expressive and idiosyncratic nature intends to block the fast circulation of information that accelerates our lives beyond meaning.
My inspiration is nature and my imagination. Being a gallery oil painter for 23 years and loving the ocean, I created a whimsical yet accurate portrayal of life below and above the sea.
I paint stories, using a vivid palette. My paintings are frequently based on my personal narrative and are influenced by my Southern roots, marrying past & present and places I consider sacred or imagined landscapes.
I interpret issues through a lens of geometric abstraction. Equals is an interpretation of a modern multicultural society.
I use simple geometric forms to meditate upon the often paradoxical enigmatic relationships that exist between physical objects (as unveiled by quantum physics), mental states (which encompasses both emotions and thoughts) , and spiritual inquiries.
My paintings are stories of life and travel; nature, glimpses of landscapes, glimpses of memories, re-creating my fondest moments, and sharing the opportunity to be amazed by the little things life and nature have to offer.
My work, while grounded in reality, draws on minimalism, realism and remembrance art. Rather than a factual reality, an illusion is fabricated to establish a link between reality and imagination.
Inspired by the Old Masters, as an artist I endeavor to capture and make timeless, life as I see it.
Through my artwork of Magical Realism, I depict the grapes as a symbol of abundance, representing overflowing with producing good work in a realistic tone. It is an emblem of spirituality, divinity, renewal and rebirth.
Experiences, sensations and memories inspire me. My oil paintings are unplanned, with each brushstroke and addition of color leading to what comes next. They are open-ended improvisations. I create botanical watercolors, silverpoint drawings and contemporary oils.
My inspiration is my connection with spirit as an energy artist, life with huskies and almost 30 years of running sled dogs. I honor the life lessons while conveying healing messages through art.
Inspired by the prismatic effects of light and atmosphere, my sfumato style is used to capture the essence of how I view the often less noticeable attributes of the landscape.
My soul is at peace by the sea, so I include the spirit of the sea in my art. I combine unexpected materials to carry that message to the viewer.
My work focuses on play, creativity and fun. I often use the naivete of children to allow us to experience a fleeting moment in a child’s life and to remember one in ours.
The sunrise shining through the clouds over the intracoastal waterway in Thunderbolt, Georgia, completed New Years Day. It features gentle, rippling waves flowing forward in the lower right corner to usher in a brighter year.
I aim to create captivating pieces that change with light and angle, creating a sense of movement and life within the artwork. I make “living” art that encourages deeper engagement and evokes strong emotions.
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