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This work represents several facets of my expressionistic repertoire. I can't claim to be an artist who creates an inquiry into a single topic, nor even claim a unified style or technique. Instead, I yield to a completely submissive role in my work. Sometimes inspired by the external world, sometimes by the internal world, I can be awestruck by humans as instinctive builders, or feel prone to swimming in the signs and symbols floating in my subconscious mind. Sometimes the canvas takes on an anatomical aura like a skin elegantly tuned and stretched—the paint is myself in the sandbox at six. I can smell it and experience it as either fine toned, or a sanded peanut butter sandwich. I am always surprised to see a recognizable figure growing in the mess, consistently inconsistent dissecting my own human condition.
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