Interwoven into art is the vision,
the perspective that created the art itself.
My art is About the Soul
The soul has always fascinated me. I initially went to college 33 years ago to study Psychology, which translated literally means- “the study of the soul”. I noticed that this was not addressed in Modern Psychology. My quest to understand began, and continues today.
Each piece describes an aspect of the journey of the soul within the worldly experience. My findings are based upon my own life experiences, from questions that I have had, and a need to understand how to first, heal myself from past trauma. What got my attention and directed it to the soul was my own traumatic experiences that occurred when I was a teenager that unveiled several past life death moment remembrances.
My art is geared to visually stimulate the viewer to question what they believe, and what they think about the soul. Is the soul real- is the first question many ponder. I remember asking myself this same thing many years ago.
I was only able to answer this question through my own personal experience unique to my life that the soul inside of each one of our human bodies is indeed real.
Through my art, I strive to illumine reflections of my own soul in process.
I often discover what is within, after the art I create, is manifest.
The technique of fusing Crayola Crayon onto ceramic tile is my own. I strive to move my conscious mind out of trying to do any particular pattern, shape, or design. I have found that this enables my unconscious aspects of self, of soul to imprint images that I only become consciously aware of after the image is complete.
My works bridge worlds of spirit previously accessible to me solely through closed eyes.
Look deeply into my art,
What do you see