I am currently working in acrylic, I am enjoying the give and take, the ability to make changes on canvas. I feel more immersed in the acrylic medium than I did with the totally planned technique I was using with watercolor. Some subject matter has caused me to choose oils over acrylics.
The palpable sensation of brush sliding paints on canvas,
the scrape of graphite on textured paper as light and depth appear out of a flat void.
Each piece building on the last, adding techniques, learning from mistakes.
I am finally building a cohesive body of work, delving into the natural world.
Bringing overlooked details into sharp focus
as my experiences with nature are retold in oils, acrylics or graphite.
Come share my walk in the woods.
Backlash to the restricted creative space of round/square, fit it in the corners, around the numbers, world of clock face décor – Art Abstract art is a therapeutic, creative outlet where emotions and creativity are not restricted. Colors, patterns, textures or photographs were launching pads to freeform designs. Gradually I moved to cut outs and twisting transformations of images creating
representative illustrations. Eventually, I began mimicking traditional painting methods and textures.
My work as a 20 year Photoshop professional lead to an interest in photography. My own photography is used as a reference for most of my fine art.
Years of working in Photoshop and Illustrator combined with a friend’s woodworking hobby. Clocks became a favorite project. It is fascinating to build something that moves and works. Constant reference during the day for the time gives a continual appreciation of the design and craftsmanship. With our second clock I began using Photoshop and Illustrator to design custom faces. ClockPrints came about to share these designs and soon many more styles followed. This creative outlet allowed me to help others create something beautiful and useful. Working with Craftsman designs was a delightful past time and a favorite with my customers.