“Creativity itself doesn’t care at all about results – the only thing it craves is the process.” ~Elizabeth Gilbert
Abstract Painter living in Ontario Canada
I have worked in the arts for over 40 years. The last 15 years have been as an instructor, curator, textile artist, printmaker and painter. My studies include Fine Arts at University of Western Ontario. and Sheridan College.
WHAT I'VE DONE
My past experience includes exhibitions in Pakistan, USA, Japan, Mexico and Canada.
I am a past recipient of an Ontario Art Council Grant and a Canada Council Grant, for which I am very grateful
WHAT I DO
When I am not painting, I am curating art exhibits, writing, making books, mentoring or instructing art workshops
Image by Sigi Kolb
My work is about communicating causal relationships/connections, whether it be with nature or with society. My method of communication is through painting and printmaking. My style is mostly abstract expressionism.
For me, seeking connections and communicating these connections, has been an integral part of my ‘creative experience’. In order to experience these connections in our lives, it is of utmost importance that we not only reflect on the interrelationship of all things in the natural order, but also see ourselves clearly as one system of causal relationships within that natural order, becoming aware first of the internal mental factors, then those in our life experiences, in society, and ultimately in the world around us.