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The anxiety I experience when I am creating a painting flows over into the work and that anxiety is only calmed when the vision comes to life on canvas, board or paper. In a world full of confusion and chaos, my desire is to create something that relieves the state of confusion and chaos at least in the minds of art viewers. I enjoy using oil paints because oils allows me to take the time and just look at what I am doing and rearange some areas of the work if needed. My style is landscapes. I
The minds eye is not to be wasted on confusion, so when you view my work you will not walk away with a twisted ideology of what you just viewed but you will walk away with a sense of peace, joy, and some sort of relativity to the work, therefore when I have delivered that response from my work unto the viewer then I have done my job as an artist.
Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration from IBC in 03/2005.
Hoosier Salon Gallery member; En Route Gallery “Garden Party” Clowes Memorial Hall, Harrison Art Center
I received a 2003 Honor roll award from IBC and a 2004 Honor roll award from IBC.
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