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. This made me mad, I’m no quitter. It made me want to strive to be the best I could be.
Fast forward 20 years later, I have my own gallery and a very eclectic body of work. I try not to put myself in one single box, I have a whole stack of them. I specialize in abstract portraits, wildlife art, and finger paintings, and now I’m even dabbling in landscapes. A couple of things are for certain, I don’t like to use brushes very much and don’t tell me I can’t do something.
For more information about my experiences, portfolio, or how we can collaborate on an upcoming project, please feel free to reach out.