Artist's Statement

Surrealism and abstract elements form the foundation of my work. With an improviser's mind, I set elements into play until achieve an imagery which simultaneously suggests micro/macrocosm and internal/external space. I favor chance encounters in the painting process, juxtaposing familiar images against free form manipulations of paint to produce unpredictable effects that evoke species of the natural world, pure abstractions, and even otherworldly beings. Recently, animation-like creatures are emerging from my Japanese subconscious.


 
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Atom 24
10x10
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage
 







Atom 25
10x10
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage
 







Felix 30
11½x11½
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage

 










Felix 45
14x11
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage
 







Nocturnal Animals 1
30x30
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage
 







Nocturnal Animals 2
20x20
Acrylic, Oil and Resin Collage
 

Biography
 
2018
A Tour of our Artist: Art Boulder, Boulder, CO
Felix and Atom: Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA
Painting by Gallery Artists: RB Stevenson Gallery, CA
 
2017
From the Studio: RB Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla, CA
New Works: Globe Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM
 
2016
Desert Calligraphy: Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA
 
2015
Dallas Art Fair with the Turner Carroll Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Annual Exhibition: Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA
 
2013
Shapes of Things to Come: Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA
Permutation Unfolding: Root Division, San Francisco, CA
New Faces: Costello Childs, Scottsdale, AZ
 
2011
Reclamation: New Trends In Bay Area Collage and Assemblage
Studio Quercus, Oakland, CA
 
2010
Visual Aid. SOMArts Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Box Art 2010. Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA
East Bay Open Studios. Uptown Gallery, Oakland, CA
CD cover art for Sentinel

 


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