After the daily spew of marketing-speak, words have come to nauseate me. They have agendas, nuances, and shades. Even among friends and allies, what we hear is not exactly what was intended.
I try to create art that short-circuits defective linguistic processes and instead transmits an experience entirely: to be grokked wholly, honestly, instantly, and precisely. The themes I explore might be parochial--religion, bullying, isolation, AIDS--but the emotional impacts and responses are universal. You don't have to feel what I'm feeling when I paint but (I hope) you'll feel precisely what you're feeling.
On a "making" level, I'm interested as much in the technical process of making art as the narrative result, and especially how (or if) the output can achieve the gestalt I'm looking for when I'm focusing solely on the inputs. That duality is an endless source of fascination to me.
San Francisco Art Institute
UC Berkeley Art Extension Program
University of Michigan BA
Dwell, private residence in Woodside, May 2020
LUXE, private residence in Woodside, November 2019
Interiors, private residence in San Francisco, November 2019
Interiors, private residence in San Francisco, July 2019
PALM magazine, private residences in Honolulu, December 2018
LUXE, private residence in Hillsborough, December 2017
40 Years of Fabulous, The Kips Bay Decorator Show House, by Steven Stolman, April 2015
C Magazine, Hotel Paradox, Santa Cruz, April 2013
Interiors magazine, private residence in San Francisco, August-September 2010
San Francisco Art Institute, Juried Exhibition 2016
Group shows, Berkeley Extension
San Francisco Open Studios
Various private collections
ODADA, San Francisco
Paradox Hotel, Santa Cruz
Park Lane, Honolulu
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