As a working studio artist, I’ve had the pleasure of only making art to make a living, which is a good thing, as that’s all I’ve ever wanted to do. My father’s genes on the business side, combined with my mother’s on the art side, have left me with a pragmatic view – that I’m in the business of selling myself as much as my art. That sounds a bit weird, but by that I mean that I’m selling my ability to not only create, but to deliver, on time and on budget.
I’ve always been fascinated with the role of scale in architecture: how people relate to space, how the move through space, inside and out.
I’m one of those artists who is more concerned with a level of challenge and learning than I am in developing a “collectible” style, or working with the same materials year after year. I thrive on a little risk, the feeling of starting a project not knowing exactly what to do or how to get it done, whether in words or images. It’s like the fun part of traveling — you never know what’s around the next bend.
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