With glass, I am able to incorporate light and color into the work, giving my sculptures another dimension—one that feels a bit more alive.
"My aim is always to respond to and respect the cultures wherever I am working and let the experience of being there enter the work. "
There is no question that plein air painting is a class of painting unto itself, and we understood early on that it can be more akin to an extreme sport than a creative activity.
"My mind is an evocative jumble of myths, facts, and fictions. I view and articulate my world through narrative."
Whereas miniature painting has a history as a decorative art form that documents history, my work in miniature focuses more on self-expression. I strive to create work that has its own voice, instead of producing a beautiful, yet inaccessible object.