My visual voice is a result of both of my philosophy and wealth of experience as a working artist.
My goal is to delight and invite the viewer to look deeper. To involve people in a way that is sometimes physical, sometimes cerebral.
Social commentary with a light-heartedness and playful honesty.
Experience have taught me to not be overly occupied with a specific style, knowing that personal influences appear regardless.
Influences are drawn from my personal connections to masters from Vincent van Gogh to Thomas Hart-Benton.
My use of found, natural, and re-purposed materials is as organic as the materials are themselves.
I truly feel my mission is to : Serve as a mouthpiece, for it is the found objects that speak to me.
Defining art is as troublesome as defining a human being, assigning labels can be equally misleading. If I fall into a category of folk or outsider, then label me that, however a work of art must involve a leap of imagination and the ingredients of this visual pun are as diverse as my masala spirit.