His abstract mixed media paintings overflow with layers of controlled chaos that comprise of strata of paint, paper, and other materials that create a multi-dimensional surface.
Carter Burden Gallery, NYC
My primary focus is on the process of painting, developing color relationships, and creating infinite space. Paintings begin by layering forms of color and line. The process of addition and subtraction of colors and form allows me to view the unexpected and work towards a resolution.
Like the seasons in nature, my paintings are consistently changing, ,, What is now, becomes then, and vice-versa. Interesting passages that develope through the creative process, bring new questions, and ideas. Yet the work is always in its infancy, as each painting moves through long duration, sometime as long as a decade.
Inspired by nature, personal experiences, memories, music, and emotions,, I continue to explore different philosophies and ideologies.
While I devote most of my time to painting, experimenting with sculpture has help influence the structure of my painting.There are always several works in progress, (part of my creative process).
SONO Gallery, South Nowalk, Conn.
Parlor Gallery, Asbury Park, NJ
Carter Burden Gallery, 548 W 28th, NYC
Anderson Contemporary, Maiden Lane, NYC
Avila Fine Arts, Bedminster, NJ
Neo Gallery , Boonton, NJ
Morpeth Contemporary, Hopewell, NJ.
Christine Frechard Gallery, Pittsburgh,
Seaveys Marketplace, Portsmouth, NH