My primary passion is the exploration of the human spirit in its journey toward truth. This passion has historically manifested in oil and watermedia paintings emphasizing figurative expression. Over the years, my interests have also included Tibetan thangka painting, the meditative aspects of still life, and the emotional undercurrents of landscape painting. After a landscape piece was placed amongst the abstract paintings in a group show, I took the message and played with nonrepresentational imagery.
My love for the figure has re-emerged, however. This figurative renewal has now developed into exploring the figure in the context of abstraction, ie. the abstracted figure, using oils and acrylics, canvas and paper, brushes and brayers.