As an artist I have always made collages, at first inspired by the early modernists Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. I soon developed my own intuitive way of working, generally from a deeply felt theme, but sometimes only realizing after-the-fact what it is I was exploring.
|homage to Cornell|
I loved Cornell's boxes, but I didn't just want to redo them, so this
trompe l'oeil piece was my way to access his dream spheres while pushing
the boundaries of perception.
|arc of arousal|
|double collage for Rana|
|This is how it works|
|How to Control a Runaway Camel|
This mixed media piece is actually about the dangers of cigarette addiction.
|those feeling again|
Interestingly enough, I find that I love to illustrate my books of poetry with my collages. It seems as if they both scratch the same itch.
|chiles de mexico with moth's wings|
|hercules rotation with butterfly wing|
|how to become a good dancer|
|My many storied aspirations|