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From as far back as I can remember visual experience has been my most powerful means of perception. I remember as a young child, constantly drawing both the world around me and worlds gleaned from my imagination. A pivotal childhood memory is my encounter with a collection of paintings from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and feeling deeply moved by how the paintings were so powerful in their capacity to express emotion. Due to that experience, I wanted to learn how to paint images showing both reality and emotion. For many years I concentrated on representational painting but would occasionally create an imaginative painting. Throughout the past five years, my style has transformed to an exploration of the non-objective in which figures often emerge out of a vibrant color field. Various brush techniques and color harmonies serve to give my work vitality and energy. Each new painting is an experience in discovery

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