The art form that I embrace takes art to a new level of an imaginary place and time.
For me, my art has become more of a spiritual experience for the viewer. There are no reference points in the artwork. Even shapes are undefinable, so there are no expectations. This invites the viewer into a state of getting their mind and soul into the spiritualness and feeling of the artwork, instead of preconceived perceptions. It has been a period of self discovery and maybe can best be described as a better way of tuning into my own spirituality. Every work of art now has a deeper meaning and connection. Even after I visit a work I completed months ago, I seem to reconnect more at an emotional level than I actually did when I created it.
My vision was to re-invent and project a dream-like view of the world, full of color and wonder; without any borders, rules or expectations. Each piece of art becomes its own world. Common places and ordinary things take on a whole new meaning. Reminiscing back to the days when “pretending” was included into your daily routine and now has become a long forgotten memory as you reached adulthood.
Paint and images on canvas are transitioned, lines are blurred or completely removed into a dreamlike state to project the essence and emotional signature.
I developed my art process over a three year period. Syncing my photographic images with various art mediums. The artistic statement that I envisioned took a lot of experimenting. With the different iterations the artistic expressions evolved. I have now created my own art process that is uniquely different and have received significant positive feedback and notoriety.
Although not in the conventional realm, the art that I create conveys the emotional and spiritual aspects of life all around me. Locations become less of “the model” and more of a real “breathing & soulful” experience.
Appeared at the Sasse Art Museum exhibition entitled:
Dialogue with Nature