“A successful painting becomes complete in its sharing” – Susan Zatt.
WAS THERE A PIVOTAL MOMENT WHEN YOU DECIDED TO FOLLOW YOUR PATH AS AN ARTIST?
At age 10, I started Saturday classes at the Brooklyn Museum. Each week was an unforgettable experience.
CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORK FOR US?
My work combines materials, imagination, and skill.
WHAT DOES YOUR WORK AIM TO SAY?
My work aims to reveal the use of painting techniques and different genres.
HOW DO YOU THINK YOUR WORK FITS WITHIN SOCIETY IN OUR PRESENT TIME?
I swoop the viewer into a new and exciting visual experience.
WHEN LOOKING BACK, WHAT ARTWORKS COME TO MIND THAT MOST RELATE TO YOUR LIFE STORY?
The study of artistic styles and movements has given me the opportunity to carry my work forward.
WHO ARE YOUR BIGGEST INFLUENCES?
The emersion into Art History has influenced my ability to reference the past and present new ways and ideas.
CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT YOUR CREATIVE PROCESS?
My process as a painter uses basic visual images and elements such as line, shape, color, pattern, movement, and texture.
WHAT VISUAL REFERENCES DO YOU DRAW UPON IN YOUR WORK?
Diversity and studying the activities and techniques of the visual arts movements throughout history while trying to develop my own visual language.