I consider my work to be portraiture, although not in the traditional use of the term, with subjects that range from city scenes to people and horses, in mediums from black crayon, to acrylics.
Throughout my life, the horse has been a major direction in my work, from the very earliest memories I have of drawing at three or four years old, throughout four years of graduate school, and for two decades since, I have drawn and painted horses. Beginning in my teen age years I developed an interest in drawing houses, which grew into gestural drawings of people in urban settings. The urban and figurative images have come in and out of priority for me over the years, slowly and steady gaining my attention and focus. Read more