I started out as a farm child in the deep center of Iowa. Drawn to art, but told that artwork is no way to earn money, I attended the state college to become an architect. Along the way, I've lived in Chicago, Boston and Denver, always as an architect.
I grew weary of the corporate world and left the button down collar job to run my own office and, more importantly, make art.
In 2003, I traveled all the way to Maine to attend Haystack, which is an artist colony on an island - really. It was there that I realized that art could be a career and I've been pursuing that ever since.
In the past, I have done abstract figurative artwork, but now I have branched out into three dimensional kinetic artwork that I can see in my head before they are created - something that's new for me. Lately, I've taken a little side trip into purely abstract work.
You can see my work in person at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery, 747 Santa Fe Drive in Denver.