I became an artist to create
art that would inspire others. When I was sixteen years old,
I felt that art would play an important role in my life; not necessarily as an artist, but I knew it would be significant. It turns out that in the forty-plus years since that realization, I have been able to enjoy many experiences within the realm of visual arts.
The urban environment and human plight have been the primary focus of my art since 1978. I store my artwork in small tins or cigar boxes, while tools and materials are kept in pocket-sized containers. Collage and drawing are the key methods employed in the pursuit of my artistic endeavors, and the scale of the work enables me to make art spontaneously; in a cafe, at
the library, or on a train.
This retrospective provides me with the opportunity to share my creative journey.
I hope you enjoy it,