When I was in elementary school, I had a young friend whose father taught the arts. She had everything she needed to tinker, paint and collage. We spent hours creating. I think I was born to create. I start drawing very early and took watercolour classes at the age of eleven. At fifteen, I decide to take fine art classes. In high school, I took photography courses. I wanted to master as many techniques as I could so I would be freer to express the images I saw in my mind. I then began the work of developing my own language of subjects that attract me. 50 years later, I'm still enjoying the endless journey of creation.
My goal is to isolate the beauty of a scene in order to get to the essence and establish a deep connection with the viewer. Sometimes considered abstract, the artwork breaks away from established artistic styles to offer only a timeless and semi-figurative beauty.