How to grow new limbs.
I love my alone time in the studio, just me, these two hands and my newest project. I love the quiet concentration, enjoy the fantastic feeling of my body disappearing as my mind slips away into my work.
I also thrive on human contact. Other people’s stories fascinate me. I can’t describe the thrill I feel when someone stands next to me, looks at my work and confesses a memory, a dream or an emotion.
Sometimes I’ll work out an idea with a fellow artist. It’s exiting to understand another person's approach. This is one way I discover exciting new tools.
Today I'm reaching out, creating new appendages as I search for new ways to interact with other art lovers and creative thinkers. I’m writing down these thoughts because I suspect there are others out there that have had similar thoughts. We’ll meet one day in person and share our perspectives. We’ll both learn and grow from the exchange.
Surrealist painter, performance artist. Allegorical, dark, magical fairy tales explore the vulnerabilities of life, exposing secrets and strengths.