Music has no boundaries. I believe its universal appeal is all about its quintessential qualities of rhythm and melody that echo the trials and tribulations of life, illuminating our laughter, sadness, spirituality, joy, pain, and contemplation.
For me there is nothing as moving as the sound of rhythm and melody. Though surely not alone in this admission perhaps I’m unique in my conception of its incorporated mystery. I create art within, and of this mystical dimension. I want to visually create what the sound of music accomplishes - an emotional grandness, a magic that connects.
Listening incalculable times to a select piece of music while using oil or mixed-media, my resulting abstracts are rooted in intuitive marks and shapes from the spontaneous interpretation of a pieces’ rhythm & melody. I think this spontaneity gives my work a more cryptic and intrinsic feel. My end game is to have the viewer see music. I like to think of myself as a conduit, transforming the sound of music to something you can see: something I call Visual Music.