Since moving to Woodbridge, I have had a lot of time to spend moving and sitting with my artwork. I have hung my own work in bedrooms, dining rooms, and at the top of the stairs. I have let the works speak with each other and with me. They tell me where they belong, and where they want to go.
I often wonder about musicians. Do they have the name of the album with its architecture in mind first, or do they write a few dozen songs and then the album forms from the curated collection. I find, with experience, my painting is becoming more of the former, and less of the latter. Thank goodness. We need structure and discipline in the arts, too.
The number one thing you can do to support me and my future as an artist is buy one of these works. This June shop update reflects paintings that have been made between 2019-2021 that are no longer part of the albums I am recording. (Okay, well, one is, but “Moon” just looks so darn good in her little white frame, I want her to be in someone’s home now!)
I would love to hear your questions and comments, so please reach out.