As a post-Modern artist, I am fascinated with the relationship of Time: the past, present, and future. I discover forms and images from different art historical sources and transpose the subjects directly into my work, celebrating an artistic bridge. The collage elements serve me in the tradition of Duchamp's Readymades, arriving at a different level of authenticity in my work. When I pluck human figures from art postcards and set them into a new context of line, shape, and color, I give a new meaning to a new whole. Each college defines its own integrity. I am taking from and giving back to Art the very things I savor.
Artists play with personal gifts in themselves. When we create, sometimes a meeting with unnatural circumstances may turn out. In these heightened moments, images appear, develop, and reappear. Usually it feels like a physical energy.
The Muse and the Artist fill each other's active imaginations with images. One needs the other like earth needs air. When called upon, this creative spirit energy will always come ready to collaborate in a creation. I sometimes feel another being near me as I work.
*This text is a compiliation of various writings by the artist from the 1980s and 1990s.