In the beginning, I was told I would never be an artist, that I was wasting my time, my professor’s time, and more importantly, my parent's money. At first the comments hurt, the the anger set in, and finally the determination to be the best I could be. Twenty years later I am still striving everyday to be better than I was the day before.
I have proven myself as a gallery owner, but more importantly a sought after wildlife artist. After twenty years of searching I have finally found my niche, wildlife art is my passion. My daddy always said, "never do something for a living you wouldn't be willing to do on your day off". Well, on my day off you can normally find me at my easel.
Along, with my wildlife work I also have a body of work entitled "I can't focus on you". It is all about abstractly seeing those around you, and feeling their movement and seeing their voices.
For more information about my experiences, portfolio, or how we can collaborate on an upcoming project, please feel free to reach out.