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September 27, 2018 – January 6, 2019

I concentrate on the skin or surface of a painting through layers and mediums of colors and textures. I look to the internal emotion and meditative spirituality rather than the noise of external reality of the object or the figure. I will continue to balance my work between a form of abstraction and realism. In art there can be no limits. I use the history of painting and art to help me tell the stories that are sometimes autobiographical. I see myself as a Soul Painter who bares all from within to my art, coming together as a narrative that makes social commentary, a sort of documentation of a time that requires time to evolve.

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