Initially landscapes were my exclusive interest in art, but I realized that the landscape could be broken up into simple shapes and colors. Now, more often than not, my paintings are less about realism and more about color, space and form. Both landscapes and abstracts are impressionistic. I translate the “real” to my own language and emotional state.
The feeling of space is my first consideration, then color enhances and exploits the emotions I feel about this particular space. I focus not on the technical, but on the lyrical quality of the process and my sense of movement, direction and flow is articulated by bold color choice, line play and surface texture.
As a psychotherapist and traveler on this life’s journey, I am in constant search for meaning. Art