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December 17, 2018

Once again, my palette knife turns out to be the most beautiful part of my painting process. This time I incorporate it into an abstract. This one radiates with joy and energy. 

July 12, 2018

How is culture created? It begins with artists envisioning the invisible. Hopefully, relishing beauty, although more often than not it seems mixed with twists of depravity. Wether they know it or not, artists partner with a spiritual kingdom. We convey invisible ideals. Our art creates possibilities or reflects the celebrations or failures of a comm...

September 21, 2017

In the process of clearing out a folder of random notes, accumulated thoughts, and journal entries I discovered this little gem. I wondered, who wrote it, to begin with. Perhaps I had copied and pasted it from somewhere. But the entry turned into some journalling. I hope you find this short paragraph entitled gluttony as enchanting as I do. 

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July 25, 2017

It is almost sad when the most beautiful thing from a day of painting is your palette knife. The beauty wasn't intentional. It was just a tool used in the hand of the artist and ended up making a better painting than whatever else was being painted.

I am working on some abstract paintings every Thursday. My process is one of exploration—try...

July 11, 2017

My drawing style is slightly off kilter. I end up with distortions that are not always intentional. Either I don't have the strongest drawing skills, or don't care enough to correct my mistakes. Maybe I'm eager to get into painting and forget to keep examining the image as a whole. However, this weakness is also what makes my style uniquely me, and...

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