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Baby Elephant

Baby Elephant

Baby Elephant was one of the first paintings I did after taking years off from painting to raise my family and pursue my career. Elephants have had a special place in my heart since my childhood visits to Forest Park in Springfield, MA.   Forest Park had an elephant named Morganetta; I would spend hours just sitting with her and completely fell in love, but hated her captivity. Elephants are present in a large percentage of my works, as I have such strong memories of my first love, Morganetta.

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Jazzie

Jazzie

“Realize that everything connects to everything else.” ― Leonardo da Vinci

Tides of emotion are the guideposts of my life. Through my art, I endeavor to understand and express the human condition, our passions, the world we live in, and all our interconnectedness. My process involves exploring color and texture and letting the materials guide me to the outcome. I generally have no preconceived ideas of what I want a piece to look like before I commence. I simply begin and see what evolves. Sometimes things happen randomly and completely by accident. Sometimes I struggle for long periods of time with an image or idea before it is resolved. Sometimes I find myself suddenly seeing what the work wants to be in my mind and moving automatically until the vision is realized on the canvas. However it happens, it is about the eternal connectedness of humans, animals, nature, and the universe.

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