"Art is so much a part of my waking (and sometimes even my resting) consciousness. As Christopher Isherwood once said, "I am a camera." Living the dream. I do not become free when I do artwork; I become whole. It is as if I am out of focus when I am not working on art. When I do, I am totally in focus, like a lens that is sharp and has no blurriness around the edges."
"I am not inclined to create variations on a theme in order to achieve a recognizable style."
"I am not constrained by one “mode d’emploi”. It is always me, all me, in my own style, but I like to create different expressions of it. And I like to have the freedom to choose."
"I do not really think about the work in terms of “motivation” or “goals”.
"My reward has always been other people having a positive reaction to my work."
"My intent is for a piece to be a harmonious part of the space that it inhabits, and to hopefully raise the spirit of those who cohabitate with it. Color and geometry together create a feeling. Realism triggers memory, of pleasure, beautiful things or places."