Delivered by an Admiral of the US Navy on the coast of California on February 8, 1954 makes me an Uber-Aquarian. This biographical point of interest helps to explain my interest in water-based mediums for my paintings.
My greatest artistic heroes are J. M. W. Turner, Francis Bacon, Jasper Johns, Clyford Still and the underappreciated, Eleanor Pierson. They have greatly influenced the way in which I paint but artistic influences have also come from my personal experiences and at entirely
I cannot disassociate my life from the work I do. These components are so blended in me, that one makes no sense without the other. The high points of my life and how I approach my work are both explained as well as I am able within my biography.
The prices vary based on the time taken to refine the images, the size of my work, the finish applied to the surface, and my appraisal of how hard it would be for me to live without the painting by selling it to another. I hope my prices are fair and negotiable. Please contact me, directly, with any inquiries.
Rhode Island College. B.A. in Fine Art. A minor in Art History.
Watson/McCord Neighborhood Association; Treasurer
Rhode Island College Special Talent Award in 3 consequetive years.
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