I have always been involved with the creative visual arts whether learning, or teaching.
The specific media does not matter -- whether it is charcoal or ink, or paint or clay, whether it is photography or words --
whether it is manipulated with a pen or a paintbrush, a typewriter or a computer -- whether it is brilliant colors
or black and white -- it is the final piece that matters.
I have a deep respect for the different, the unusual, the slightly surreal, for the mysterious, the fantasy,
and for the magical combined with a tinge of noir.
What is critical is that in the final piece everything works and creates a whole
which is more important than any single, separated part -- and that is my goal.