Lost Opportunity, Misdirected Effort 
I paint because it’s what most interests and challenges me. I’m interested in life, people, and the ways they interact, especially those that are darker, more humorous and what many might characterize as socially unacceptable. I like the back-story, what’s happening behind the curtain and not intended to be seen. The subject matter of my work centers on reoccurring themes of humor, misfortune, desire, disappointment, deviance, and stupidity. I have a pension for “low-brow”, uncultivated, nonintellectual sides of life with a perverse fascination in the stupid choices people make and the unpredictable circumstances they find themselves in.
The work is oil on canvas, mostly small in size and generally done quickly with little concern for accurate rendering and mostly in thick, chunky paint.
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