As a visual artist I am open to different series of work, keeping the creative process fluid, open to a variety of ideas and explorations, unattached to a partcular style, the challenge I seek is in the nature of the craft. In this state of mind I have along the way produced works with wood, metal, paper, wire and charcoals. One common material to many of those works is the resin which is applied with different casting techniques, often born out of experimentation and necessity to bring forth the initial idea.
I like to think of visual fluidity, seeing and moving through accepted perception. In many instances I find it difficult to characterize my work as figurative or abstract, it is most likely going back and forth or in between, go figure... I look forward to bring the viewer to consider the flexibility within, offering different lectures and inherent potentials.
Bachelor of Arts, 1988