Everyone knows the monuments and the places where you take folks visiting from another place. But what about the everyday--the places and paths that make up the fabric of our daily lives? The routine and ordinary becomes lost to our curiosity through sheer familiarity. We don’t really miss the old municipal building as much we miss the diner that was on the corner, often not even being conscious of it until it’s gone. There are also the moments of tranquility and casually glimpsed sights that stay with us, that invoke a memory of a moment long ago, a fleeting emotion or even a slight scent on the breeze.
Photography long ago took on the burden of exact depiction and realism, freeing the painter to explore varying perspectives and compositions that wouldn’t exist except on the canvas.
All shows listed under "Resume" are juried, of course. My work is also in the following public collections:
City of Lake Oswego, Oregon;
City of Portland, Oregon;
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California;
Hoyt Street Properties, Portland;
Legacy Emanuel Hospital, Portland
Otis College of Art and Design
Master of Fine Arts, 1974
http://100 Artists of the West Coast (google this - no specific site for it)