ART & SOUL
True art should mean something, should say something, both to the artist and to the patron.
When art speaks deeply, a connection takes place between the artist and the viewer, a conversation that stirs questions, whispers answers, and can range from emotionally-moving to life-altering. Collectors resonate with how I weave the messy-beautiful of faith and life through visual expression, that I reach beneath the clean and serene to vulnerable emotional contemporary art.
And through my art, the patron finds a visual language for her own soul, a language that reflects the substance of her life. Together, we bring a deeper art into homes and businesses that incorporate our values and dreams. When we build our own sacred spaces, we are crafting an honest, sacred world.
After giving up on art for more practical pursuits, these passions laid dormant into my mid-30s and are now expressed through my life as a professional artist. I draw inspiration from the transcendence of the natural world. My pieces are loose abstractions that pull away from realism to capture the essence of nature. My paintings include colors that reflect the vitality of life, textures that communicate the physicality of nature, and strong lines with open spaces that evoke a sense of freedom. Life at its purest is good; my artwork is an invitation to engage in the natural beauty of life.