Location: United States
My inspiration to create art began with the blessing to recognize the skills of artistry at a very early age. I dictate visual language relating specifically to realist paintings implying order and arrangements to produce competent works of visual response. Early instructions were given by Georgia Jessup and her daughter, cousins of mine their instructions were intense, and motivative. My visual perspective choice of medium at present time is watercolors, I expand my extraordinary influences to distant myself from watercolors valued discipline and structural rendering to avoid the obvious use of watercolors. My technique restricts the use of materials such as the paper, pigments, brushes, to dictate my decisions to create multiple variations to complete my storytelling. Sketches are never a requirement to accomplish my contemplation of motifs and descriptive approached with immediacy. The deliverance of my expression is conceived at any moment, to capture my creative thoughts at times documentation is completed with picture taking. During my years in college, Advertising & Design was my major. Mural painting in a couple of churches, became an admiration. I have exhibited at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in D.C., Montpellier Arts Gallery, Touchstone Gallery, Hill Center Gallery, exhibted at Latham & Watkins Law firm, received (3) Juror's Choice Awards. Solo exhibit at the Atkinson & O'Rourke gallery in IL. My medium choice is watercolor, because the paint require unique techniques, time and patient.
Restoration is a collection of unique automobiles requiring some attention, or allowing the original condition to remain. The method used on these consist of abstract and impression mediums.
The automobiles require some attention to detail, allowing the viewer to relate to the possibility of recondiction.
Aston Martin DB4 an abstract of colors to describe the condition of the automobile.
Ferrari Testa Rossa preparing for a historical race, and restoring the 1934 Ford for a show.
View in areas known and unfamiliar.
Strolling down the Potomac River, in a canoe and basking at an icon structure
A Washington, D.C. entrepreneur, with a cleaver reinvention of the past .
On the familiar path to work , except with the challenging puddles, and a chance of rain