"I paint what is hard to see or can't be seen. I don't paint the tissue, but that which connects the tissue. (What's in between) Thought forms that are autonomous, independent, not subject to control from outside. A trace, track or a print, or a visible sign left by something vanished or lost, "Techno Tribal”."
"Symbols are a language of the mine field, the image-nation. They are timeless _and don't always need words to satisfy them, Lingua lgnota, or unknown tongue; Maybe, you can't see a flower, but its fragrance is in the air so you know it is present."
"By the late 60's my paintings hung in cafes downtown, doctor's offices, lawyers, in the school offices and local galleries in Vegas and Boulder City."
"What an effort and a torment it is to depict something you can't understand, ... an event or visitation, a spiritual experience."
"I see myself as a primitive, self-taught, native, capricious artist.
I live in a very technological world."