I’m a classically trained artist, a graduate of Arizona State University in fine art. Over the years I’ve produced intaglio prints, watercolors, acrylic paintings, and more recently oil paintings. My art has been featured in publications and exhibitions all over the world. I have standing representation through my principle gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, as well as other fine arts organizations in the United States and Europe.
Recently, I purchased an iPhone and joined the App group on Flickr (MAAP/Mobile Artists’ Assigned Paintings). I connected with this amazing group of artists who were serious about iArt—our name for fine art created on mobile devices. This event has dramatically changed the focus of my work. The group organized two major iArt conventions (iAMDA). With the backing of Autodesk, the makers of SketchbookPro, my work has been featured in exhibitions at Autodesk University in Las Vegas; 1 Market St. (San Francisco, California); and the Stylectrical exhibit at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (Hamburg, Germany). This last year I painted nearly 220 paintings by hand on my iPad.
My art reflects the era that has always meant the most to me: The 1950s. It was an era of Eichler homes, shell chairs, flying saucers, Atomic prints, finned cars and an optimism that anything can happen.