Inspiration for my paintings comes from nature and everyday objects. I express myself visually, capturing the fleeting beauty of flowers, the majestic rhythm of waves, the soft reflections of objects in shiny surfaces, and the subtle colors all around me. Painting and the study of fine art define me. This gallery represents an evolution in style. My early watercolors were self-taught using pure pigments on wet paper. When I began more formal studies, I experimented with oils developing a multi-layered technique, exploring the subtle colors in shadows and textures. My recent work done in acrylic uses saturated colors from a limited palette producing brighter, large-scale botanicals. They are designed to be a memorable focal point for any room.
Pablo Picasso said, “ Painting is just another way of keeping a diary”. Some people record their lives with words, and I with paint.