My work examines the strangeness of today’s life focusing on the human body and the “language” of hands, feet and personal objects. Each subject is alone immersed in private thought.
I paint with acrylic paint in areas of flat color and hard edges. I studied at the Corcoran School of Art during the Washington Color School movement. It’s lasting influence on me is the subtle interaction of adjacent color. I choose color very carefully tweaking colors constantly while working.
I spend summers on a farm in Thetford, Vermont and winters in the city of Merida Mexico.