My work is my way of sharing my creative journey. My hope is to expand the minds of those who have not considered alternative points of beauty, thought and social consciousness through art.
I spent over two decades in the high tech world before my focus shifted-seemingly on its own accord-from the corporate bottom line to my inner landscape. The work leans heavily to the expressionist side, primarily due to an obsession with vibrant color. There is nothing more satisfying than the blending of hues, saturation and light to reflect my dreams in a way that is felt beyond the eye.
I’m honored to know that some of my best work is represented in corporate and personal collections internationally.
Over the course of my art career I’ve been extraordinarily lucky to be published in multiple magazines, books and websites. Some small, some big and some really big. Follows is a sampling of publications I’ve been in since 2005. If you’d like more information on any of these please contact me.
Best of Artists – North Carolina- 2006
Best of Etsy Artists – 2009
Teen Vogue – 2007
InStyle Magazine & website, 2005
Elle Magazine, 2005 & 2006
Viewing my art is only part of the experience, there is a story or purpose behind each piece. I support the following organizations through time, product or monetary donations.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Town Cats of Morgan Hill, http://www.towncats.org/
Amnesty International, https://www.amnesty.org