A Little Spotlight

When you work as a creative you focus on producing something new. You materialize a thought through the mastery of your tools, and if this work conveys the thought to someone else, you have shared a connection.

Choosing to be an artist to make a living is a gamble. You rely on your creativity to move someone. The right person. The person that desires to make your work something that will continue to inspire them for years to come. The one who wants to commit to take it home and thus support your effort and commitment.

My work is about using the language I have developed to find a spark in the darkness “knowing” what lies on the other side, and bringing it forth in my own unique way for everyone to see. It’s about finding the light, my light, and sharing it. And I wonder, have I made a connection?

Mule Ears-Saatchi

My painting “Mule Ears at Big Bend” has been included in the Summer of Southern Travel: Spotlight on the American South Collection on Saatchi Art’s homepage. I am very thankful and honored to be one of their featured artists.

I hope you enjoy the collection and my work. I would appreciate if you shared the news, and if you are moved to make any of my artwork your own I would feel happy to have helped you find a little bit of light.


About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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