I look at the common in an uncommon manner, constructing images to precepts of my own while exploring rhythms of line, shape and colour.
Coming from a graphic art background, the elements and principles of design are ever present in my approach. Over a long career I have evolved from the relative discipline of graphic design, to art limited only by the imagination. The transition from two-dimensional painting to sculpture was made challenging by the addition of touch, as well as, the infinite variability of lighting and angle of view in three dimensions. My sculpture is a material embodiment of ethereal images channeled by the higher self. There is magic in the empty void taking on a tangible presence. For me a beautiful balance is struck, as I must see with the heart and build with the head.
I am an honors graduate from the Ontario College of art and have since taught there. My accomplishments include 13 years as, "Director of Design" for "Seagram Canada", four years of running my own design studio, 10 years as Creative Director for the "Watt Group". I have accompanied "National Geographic" on an expedition to the high arctic, as camp artist. My art has been shown in numerous venues and has sold into many private and corporate collections.