First, I want to extend my gratitude to Vashon’s Kronos Boutique and Gallery, where many of my paintings currently hang.
My professional career as an artist began in 1972 when Charles Feingarten Galleries contracted my work for two years and where I debuted in 1974 with a one-man show.
Following that start, I spent many years in the feature film and computer game businesses, picking up skills useful to my creative endeavors. The experience and expertise I gained in 3D modeling and cinematic work have given me a more robust approach to painting.
My work is an exploration of figurative and textural concepts influenced by the urban – and now rural – environment and the social/political forces at work in today’s world.
I am grateful for the inspiring beauty of Puget Sound, especially Vashon-Maury Islands.