I am a self-taught artist and I have been painting for years, but in the later part of the 90’s, abstract expressionism became my true interest and passion. While studying Jackson Pollock and other abstract artists, I learned to cherish the ability of taking my brush to provide brushstrokes, colors, tones, and different textures of my imagination, soul and spiritualism. My expression with colors provide escape from reality for me. I have been described as a colorist.
Listening to jazz music while comprehending my movements with paint is also a large part of finalizing the direction of the brush to establish the ending result. The ability of being able to be the observer of abstract art with a personal interpretation is what made abstract expressionism meaningful to me. Your final feeling and thoughts become your own expression.