Growing up in the Midwest I’ve always had a fascination with rural America and the people that call it home. Much of my work is a form of rural impressionism that attempts to capture the raw emotions of the farm, its people and the land around them. Now my work incorporates many of the experiences I’ve had since moving to the east coast.
Today, the journey is to stretch conventional artistic boundaries. It’s my hope that you’ll find something here that jogs a spiritually visceral reaction.
…Something that touches your heart and soul.