My artwork offers insight into things unseen yet experienced–the passage of time, stages of consciousness, that amazing first kiss. I am intrigued by the invisible and enjoy the challenge of giving form to things, translating experience into color, shape and composition. I use abstraction because I find it lends clarity while allowing viewers freedom from potentially limiting and reality-based associations. Many of my compositions invite meditative thought. Welcome fellow travelers!
Medium: Pen, Markers, Pencil, Watercolor Ink
1979 – Bachelor of Fine Arts – School of the Art Institute of Chicago