I have resided in the Indy area nearly 20 years and have recently immersed myself into the growing arts scene of the Midwest. Although largely self-taught, I have taken many formal and community art classes. It was through an experimental art class where I discovered that I enjoyed learning new techniques, especially with acrylics and acrylic mediums. These adventures have led me to the exciting sphere of abstract art. Recently, I have also been creating with alcohol inks on yupo.
Inspired by the natural world, I strive to create what my imagination sees. Colors, patterns, light, and structure are all elements I try to capture in my work. But a painting needs a fourth dimension: Spirit. My hope is that when you display a piece of art I have created, you not only enjoy its aesthetics but feel its spirit. A painting is not an object, but a living continuum between the artist and the viewer of the art created.
I am currently exhibiting at 5547 Project at the Coal Yard Coffee in the historic district of Irvington in Indianapolis. I’m also working on large canvas paintings for a “Loving Large” exhibit by juried HCAA members to be displayed at the Noblesville City Hall in March 2017.
All paintings for sale and my prices can be viewed on my website:
I can also be contacted through my website if you are interested in getting commissioned work done for your home, office, and venue.
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