I like to create art that tells a story with paint, words, installations, and interactive imagery. I started with pastel and watercolor and often made a painting over a list of words. I called this style “Art of Lists” and did hundreds of them. I then spread my wings and created other styles.
Many of these efforts are installations that commonly involve over a dozen interconnected pieces. They are sometimes enormous. “What is Missing,” for example, involves 50 handpainted milk cartons. “If the shoe fits” captures a dozen portraits and the shoes that are associated with them.
My latest, “Dynamic Duos,” shows famous couples, such as Lucy and Desi, created on 1-inch strips and assembled on zig-zag accordion pleats. From one side, it’s Lucy. From the other, it’s Desi. Head on, it makes no sense, so viewers must walk around. Nevertheless, it’s fun and interactive, as I aim to do with all my art.