A fan of dichotomy, I like to pair items as such, clean with dirty, smooth with rough, dark with
light, and so on. Juxtaposing the highly-realistic with that of flat-planed simplicity, I love
images that hint at a story to be told. On the surface, many of my pieces appear to be a
snapshot from day-to-day life. Such shots exist not to define us, but to express us.
with daily in our homes. Beyond that, there lies a reflection within that imagery of
taining the strands of our mother's hair, maybe the red ceramic teapot we
drank tea from with our grandparents every Sunday afternoon, or
perhaps a coat rack we passed by in the hall during good times
and bad throughout our growing years. A soft spot for nostalgia,
I have, the vintage and the kitsch with a touch of whimsy, sometimes
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There is a certain beauty and comfort to be found in the items we surround ourselves
what our precious memories are made; possibly a wooden paddled hairbrush con-
clever, always colorful.