As an artist, my primary passion is the exploration of the human spirit in its journey toward ultimate truth. This passion has historically manifested in oil and watermedia painting emphasizing figurative expression, including traditional Tibetan thangka painting. Subsequently, after exploring meditative aspects of still life and emotional undercurrents of landscape painting, I recognized a leaning toward abstraction.
Over the course of about a year and working in acrylic, my abstract paintings explored spontaneous emotional, spiritual, and intuitive aspects of inner being, completely liberated from recognizable form. Pure painting! Yet my love for oils and the figure have now re-emerged, bringing me full circle to my original commitment to figurative expression. My recent series explores the profound vulnerabilties in being human on the planet at this point in time, as well as the intense need for humanity to come together if we are to survive.