An admiration for and a close personal connection to natural history are evident in much of my work. While animals and landscapes are important subjects to depict, I feel that the known world and those beyond offer valuable resources for harvesting. I often explore other venues and vary concepts and techniques — maybe a fleeting moment realistically frozen in time or perhaps an abstracted essence that flows eternally. From the mundane to the powerfully dramatic all subjects provide a challenge for visual communication. Each composition is a story for you the viewer; my philosophy is what you see. Question and peruse, select what you like. Every viewer becomes a critic. Your eyes are subjective and personal. I offer you a connective artistic journey. Please enjoy your visit to my studio.