“The bottom line is, I create because I love to create. I always have and likely always will. With that said, I have found in the past that I am often searching for a context for my creations. For some reason I need a reason—or at least a feeling that I am striving to embody something larger than a simple visual.
Every now and again I end up in a head-space where I can find no conceptual means for my art and I end up on silent rants to myself about the worthlessness of creating yet another painting when thousands upon thousands of canvases covered in paint already clutter countless corners and walls.
But the bottom line is, I love to create, and every time I have a falling out with art, I can do nothing but accept that I will continue to create art forever…”