FIRE and ICE
I use art as a means to express my reactions to my environment. In this way what you see is akin to the emanations from a sound box where the acoustics of sounds, life circumstance, and landscape have combined at one moment in time. The subject matter is not the subject. The process is often as important as the result. Whether creating abstract tactile paintings or more objective work, the impetus is the same. Just as each person responds differently to music, I expect each viewer will respond differently to what they see. I studied under Marvin Hardin at California State University, Northridge, where I obtained my MA.