Location: Richmond, California
Date Joined: 07/06/2010
Average Artist Rating 4 votes
I find abstraction a never ending fascination. I love exploring how to express my love, frustration, inspiration and contemplation with color, metallic paints, texture and form. The theme that is constant with my work is luminosity coming out of darkness. I also like to control chaos by rhythmic lines, or exact deliberate lines. I can always find a use for metallic paint. This exploration has lead to several series.
In my flower series I choose to have luminosity come out of darkness by controlling the chaos with luminous energetic lines that surround the flowers. Most of the flowers are very loosely painted with the control being luminous kinetic lines that are somewhat rhythmic.
My Sun/Fireball series is the logical path for me to explore luminosity of the metallic paint at its hottest and contrast it with darkness of either a highly contrasting color, or reverse the foreground and background with the exploration of dark to very luminous, and play with the textures of matt and shine.
My bi-chrome series (two color) is an exploration of luminosity coming out of darkness by the texture of the pallet knife strokes creates more emotion than a