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While I've always been able to draw, I've only had a few art classes. As a practical matter, then, I'm a self-taught artist.
I like imagery that has some kind of twist or irony, particularly the merging of two ideas in an unusual and yet somehow logical way. Yes, I too enjoy the standard subjects--portrait, landscape, still life. I, however, don't feel I have something substantively new to bring to the table were I to pursue those subjects. Instead, I'm trying to render something that pushes the envelope of reality without quite crossing over into fantasy.
I admire the classical approaches to painting--whatever my minimal pedigree can credibly recognize, but, for some expediency (or is it impatience?), there's an admitted smattering of impressionism in my art. The thing is it's the idea that matters. The 'what' matters much more than the 'how.'