July 7 - August 26, 2017
Martin McDonald Gallery
Resin Fluid Abstract Art, for me, is comparable to a great relationship. It's a style that neither the artist nor the paint have complete control over, but must compromise and work together to create the end product. The give and take, movement, hand painting, and layers that are combined make each piece completely one of a kind and can never be duplicated.
With each creation, I aspire to appeal to every person either by color pallet or unique images that are seen within. Essentially, there is something for everyone in my art and the experience varies by observer.
I find inspiration within music, nature, and space—all of which are reflected in my work.
Fluid abstract art requires a balance between myself and the colors so that they don’t become muddy or convoluted, thus giving each piece a unique, individual identity.