I grew up in a small town in New Hampshire where, as I was struggling through a troubled childhood, I discovered painting and the great world of art. It instantly became my life, all day, every day. I worked through the difficulty of multiple, disabling
mental illnesses to the point where at least while creating art, I felt real and alive.
In early adulthood, I started exhibiting publicly, and as I am all to quickly approaching my middle age years, I have enjoyed 4 solo exhibitions in the Louisville, KY area, as well as many group shows there, in Indiana and New York.
For more than a decade now, I have been working on my Universalism project, which is a collection of work that explores my own art, discoveries of mind, spirit and perception. I continue to seek venues to show this body of work, as it is my goal to travel with it, bringing it to as many people as I can.
With my current project goals realized, I will continue to create my universalist paintings as well as continue developing my artistic inventions, branching out into new themes and continuing my exploration of different media.