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I build art. I use conventional and unconventional raw materials to add texture, depth, smoothness and detailing to cover a blank canvas. From there, I grab a random color of paint and start applying it to the canvas. Taking a step back, I'll look at the canvas and examine what's taking form. Based on what I see forming, I then develop that image until the character or object emerges, and then continue to make edits until I feel it's complete. Nothing is off limits during the development process.
Sometime I add resin and spray paint. Sometimes I apply modeling paste with brushes or palette knives or fingers. These paintings have a life of their own. Because no rules are set, the painting evolves with age due to the technique and materials used. And no painting is complete either, until sold. I constantly act on impulsive ideas in the spur of the moment and will change a painting entirely or only slightly, depending on the idea. Some I never touch a second time.