Paint, play a musical instrument, write poetry, dance, sing in the shower, garden, work with wood or ceramic or clay, cook, keep a journal, watch birds, salamanders, toads, cats, dogs, butterflies, practice yoga, meditate, walk around the neighborhood, drink tea, water, have house plants, take cold showers, shop for food, see a friend. Do all that and you're living the dream.
I use many different mediums, such as oils, latex, and acrylics. I believe that working in a single medium is restrictive to my artistic process. Each idea manifests in its own individual style.
My current work is an exploration of the feminine divine. I
see the re-emergence of a feminine cosmology occurring
globally, but particularly in the West where the pillars of
rationalism and patriarchy are collapsing. Beyond the
eschatological events currently unfolding, a consciousness
is arising informed by the legacy of ancient matriarchies.
The women in my paintings are not human personalities.
Nor are they archetypes. They are forms drawn from a
personal aesthetic, the “corporalization” of an ideal, and a
prelude to the imminent re-design of the human species.
They are the Everywomen of a future humanity and a
mere pendulum swing away.