I am an artist, not a writer. My Intent is not to educate, enlighten or inspire but rather to clarify my motivations to myself. I find that when I write down the thoughts and reasons that I take certain paths, it helps me to avoid repeating the same mistakes over and over again. Let's face it, authentic work evolves through a series of mistakes, lessons learned and options eliminated.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Live demo of my work on WFAA "Good Morning Texas"

  The first minute of the video shows the prep work that I had to do before I did the actual finish on air.
The problem with live TV is things don't always work out as you would like. The program was not long enough for the piece to cure properly and when I tried to remove it from the glass, it broke. Not all was lost, I took the pieces back to the studio and put them back together and finished the film with a photo of the finished piece.


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Orange Matter

                              "Orange Matter" 32"x 24" mixed media on rigid foam panel

   It is quite interesting how art kind of ends up being what art want's to be, no matter what my initial concepts try to dictate. I think that it is important that I remain playful and not let the work become too precious, just enjoy and learn from the process.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Gaining Confidence in Your Art

     I find myself believing that the current piece I am working on defines my art and my abilities. In reality, I know that one piece is just a step in the evolution, forward or backward, and cannot speak for an entire body of work. Over time, I have gained faith that my vision will return and cancel any doubt that a difficult piece may foster. This is a lesson that was hard to learn as struggles and failures caused debilitating self doubt to interfere with my progress. I would complete a satisfying painting and have a great nights sleep only to awaken the next morning to see the piece anew and wonder what in the world I was thinking! Every artist I have ever spoken with has had to deal with failure and self-doubt. It is part of the process of evolution, learn from it and move on.  At least you are finding out what doesn't work! 

Friday, August 22, 2014


                       “Wormwood”  24”x 32” cement & dry pigment on rigid foam panel


                       “Grissom”  32.25”x 48” polished cement & dry pigment on panel

Mira Poso

                           “Mira Poso”  32”x 24” cement & dry pigment on rigid foam panel


                            "Acumen" 32"x 24" cement & dry pigment on rigid foam panel

Circadian Rhythm

               “Circadian Rhythm”  48”x 32.5” polished cement & dry pigment on rigid foam panel


            "Spanner"  32"x 41" polished cement and dry pigment on rigid foam and fiberglass panel

Monday, June 23, 2014


                       Clockwork "32"x 24" polished cement & dry pigment on rigid foam panel