As I have found over my many years dealing with the art world there are not many dealers etc with what used to be called vision or real intelligence.
Now that that is out of the way, the medium is simply digital: created with a mouse, a computer, and many versions of Painter software., most recently Painter 18 & 19.
My work is a continuation of the painterly style evolved over the years first with oil then with acrylic paints. I have been able to adapt this style to digital media.
The story behind each work is the title on the back. If I have to explain each work anymore than that the works become meaningless. It has been my experience that each individual sees something different in each work based on their particular state of being at the time they reference each work. People who have bought my works relate to me that they look at the same piece, minutes or years apart, and see different things at different the times. Hence the link to the collective unconscious that so generously has captured and held my creative spirit for almost 50 years. The works are spontaneous outbursts from this vastly creative force. Filtered through my nervous system into works of art. It has been this way from the beginning. I have no choice in the matter.
As far as monetary concerns, I quit bothering myself with that end of it many years ago. There have been a few dealers who have been able to understand what I am doing, but they are few and far between and the price they wanted me to pay in exchange for selling my work was much greater than I was willing to pay. My spirit and soul have remained intact over all these years, as my only concern has been to stay in touch with both entities and protect them from what goes on around me. A difficult task in order to deal with the world, but one I have managed to accomplish, and quite well I might add.
In short, I have seen, been “places” and experienced but have never really forgotten more “things” than most people will ever know. It is just the way things are.
It surfaces in my images as they become part of our reality. We deal with what we are given and hope we come out relatively intact. All I ever wanted to do was help.
The movement of the molecules as they become image is the glue that keeps me together.