It is very hard for me to describe my art in words. For me, it is a very
primal experience. I studied many art techniques - charcoal,
pastels, pen and ink, pencil, paint, and sculpture.
I have dabbled in beading, ceramics, and stained glass. But the computer gives me the
kind of instant gratification that no traditional art form can. I
can begin with random colors and textures, then apply effect after
effect to them until the result pleases me, or undo my last six
effects and start all over. It's an artist's fantasy,
a never-ending creative playground.
Abstract art suits me well because the
relationships of the colors and textures in the final image have
always fascinated me far more than their resemblance to anything
that exists in nature. In the end, my art is to me an
unclassifiable process. All I know is that it gives me a great
sense of fulfillment, and probably keeps me alive.