I am a fine art painter and scenic artist, a sculptor, a designer, and a master carpenter and builder. I design, build, and/or paint sets, props, elements, exhibits and environments. Theatre, being the varied and composite art form that it is, has allowed me to develop all my artistic sensibilities with a variety of mediums, and challenged me to become adept with a wide range of styles. I make large scale, interactive works of art for the theater and museums.
Theatre, being the varied and composite art form that it is, has allowed me to develop all my artistic sensibilities with a variety of mediums, and has challenged me to become adept with a wide range of styles. I believe that being an artist is not only about an occupation, it’s also about how you do what you do. As an example, it’s one thing to put something together or put colors on a surface that implies “sky” or “door” or “marble”. But my goal is transformation. I work to the point at which that thing actually turns into marble. You look at it, and know that it’s only paint, but you believe that you’re looking at a piece of stone quarried from the earth. That’s what I do. I love to make cool things. And, I love it when people look at them and say, “Wow. That’s beautiful.” That’s when I believe that I’ve succeeded as an artist.
Fine Art Prints start at $100 and Paintings start at $1000. Museum exhibits, Theatre props and sets range from several hundred to tens of thousands.
B.A. WABASH COLLEGE, PHILOSOPHY
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