I am a regional Artist using the Regionalist artists of the 1930s as my examples. My mentors in Regionalism are Grant Wood, Thomas Hart Benton, John Curry and Edward Hopper. I feel committed to using my world in a hundred mile radius of my home to find my subject matter.
I use pen and ink and watercolor as my art medium. My subject matter is collected by using my own photographs or drawing on location. I prefer to paint and draw landscapes, architecture and people. I love to capture sunlight and shadows in the manner of Edward Hopper. I prefer simple compositions that are clean and crisp with one or two point perspective to create a three dimensional depth on a two dimensional surface.