Painting is a journey of discovery and adventure. It is an exploration of the spaces that surround us and of our own interior.
When painting in Nature you lose yourself. It is precisely in those moments that you are most present; at one with the world.
I believe in the wisdom of uncertainty. I stand in front of my easel with an honest inquiry: Why or how does this move me?
The act of painting has less to do with hand to eye coordination than it does with heart and soul communion.
A landscape painting is a celebration of beauty, a prayer of gratitude for open spaces and the path to intimacy with Nature.
I see the role of the landscape painter not as a dreamer, but as an active defender of the land.
Just as the farmer provides sustenance for the body, the landscape painter gathers food for the soul.