Art is the result of satisfying a constant inner compulsion to create. My work is a personal (and at times universal) translation of contemporary urban life in San Francisco, U.S.A.
I tend to alternate between up-front, in-your-face social/political statements and more obscure interpretations of our present condition, which leave the viewer in charge of connecting the dots. Through regular use of discarded materials in my work, I attempt to not only recycle but also make a comment on our rampant “throw-away” society. In the end my hope is to create a portal for the viewer bridging the gap between “what now is” and “what possibly can be!”
Photos for this artist.
Residency: October 2006 - January 2007
Art Exhibition: Wednesday, January 31 & Friday, January 26 & Saturday, January 27
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