I feel very privileged to be in the third volume of White Cloud Worlds. There are truly so many talented artists represented here.
In the 19 years that I have worked as a professional artist, it’s quite interesting to see the way things have technologically evolved, allowing more people to express themselves and have the ability to share their work freely on a global scale. It has opened up new avenues to explore the potential for creatives.
As technology marches forward, I have found myself drawn more and more to the romanticism of simpler times. My greatest inspiration is drawn from 19th century classical sculpture. I still love the technical precision of handling physical matter, pushing mud around with sticks and all the imperfections and happy accidents it brings.
Although these pieces and their inspiration may seem contradictory, the line that connects them is the observance of nature.
Beyond that, I try not say much about the back story or inspiration, hoping each person will have their own interpretation and observations of my work.
What more can I say? I will keep this brief and let my work speak for itself.