When I took my first oil painting course I knew nothing at all about art, painting, fine art or multi-media art. I gradually added to my arsenal and in the process I learned about what I liked and what I did not like. I still love to learn and practice new skills in the art and creative areas.
I work in oils, watercolours, pen and ink. I have been a hobby artist and creative individual most of my adult life. Motivated by learning new methods I utilize one-of-a-kind processes, including design and experimentation and consider it a privilege to practice whatever catches my eye. With such eclectic scanner type interests it is hard to depict a single practice.
I practice multi-media and digital art forms as well as fine art.
I believe in blurring the edges between art, nature, spirituality and relationships. My current focus tends to be on abstract figures and portraits. Examples on this site show that style.
I am a joyful creator and teller of truth. I researche and provide information about creative writing if asked.
I love to design for others, make and sell art cards and collaborate in teamwork initiatives with blog writing, websites or Photoshop creation.
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