Always a fan of the arts, I, like all of the other starving artists out there, am just trying to cut out a place in this world. I devised the FEATURED ARTIST concept to diversify the scope of the website and give credit to up-and-coming graphic artists and photographers who work as tirelessly on their crafts as I do on mine. The homepage slider will feature their works and the FEATURED ARTIST page itself will contain their bios and contacts. Every two-to-three months, a new artist will be featured and interviewed as part of the series. To inquire about becoming a FEATURED ARTIST, see the CONTACT page.
As a child, I didn’t start speaking until the age of three. It was very frustrating for both my family and myself. However, I still managed to communicate, not through words, but rather with drawings. Since then, and for as long as I can remember, I’ve made a concerted effort to keep art in my life – if not as a career, then as a passionate pastime.
Like many artists, the variations of my styles, mediums, and subjects are inspired by where I am in my life. Originally, my art was very commercial and neutral in theme and perspective – call it “one-dimensional” if you will. Recently, however, my art has become a depiction of the human condition as I perceive it: rich with love, loss, symbolism, and the beautifully bizarre.
I’ve always been the type of person who needs to calculate what lies ahead and plan for what’s to come. I keep art in my life as a means of escaping such things. You can’t predict what will inspire you in the days to come…and for me, without inspiration there is no art.
All I know is that my art will always be a vessel for me to convey my perceptions and emotions of the world around me. To date, it’s a dark, strange, and ultimately chaotic world. Let me show it to you.