When my left brain wins, I'm painting realism. I love the challenge and technical work involved in painting an object that seems ordinary, but making it come alive with light and shadow. My favorite subjects are things most would consider mundane. An everyday item, usually passed by with little regard, can catch a viewer's eye when painted with the drama of light. I enjoy meticulously working on all the subtle shadows that hide within a piece of draped linen. This is my mathematical, organized brain at work.
On the other side, I'm in constant amazement of this life we are living. There's a flow to the universe, an endless motion of life and death. I'm in awe of our origins of stardust and our connection to an infinite universe. So, when my right brain wins, I am painting our inevitable transcendence from this human life as the peaceful surrender I believe it to be.
Two blocks east of broadway, on north side of Yarmouth.