Artist Statement

 

 In the time that I've been working, I continue to find that making art is a mysterious and humbling process. I'm truly influenced by the most mundane and sometimes by the most radical.  I guess on some level, I find them to be almost equal.

 

The intersections between art, nature and economics and the theories about this exchange machinery yield for me, a larger view into the natural landscape of determined value and the fundamental scaffoldings of belief.

 

It's this exchange of beliefs;  children's tales, history, television, literature, science, economics, religion, advertising...it's everything really, that seems to be very telling to me because I believe that they all share the same story of our history.  And for me, these tales of lust, greed, love, survival, loyalty, weakness, hope, faithfulness, inventiveness and determination reveal the baser laws of our human drama.

It's these tales that interest me most.