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Artist Statement

To make art is to dream, to wake up, and to understand through corralling the skittish zeitgeist of our universe. The transformative power of light and shadow to create psychological and spatial meaning compels me to confront the collision of cultural signifiers and direct observation in a cycle of free association.

My extended investigations of flora, tidal pools, diatoms, and the universe are positioned broadly on the micro-macro spectrum, as one interest has led me to the next. The power of the patterns they create together eclipses the specific subject matter.

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Pooh, Self Portrait, 1987, Watercolor, 22" x 30"