If you would like to purchase different size prints that vary in size, view my website-I am 38 now, and began selling my paintings around 2002, shortly after a severe case of Lyme Disease almost changed my life permanently.
I am a listed and published artist, my photography is also published in 4 books, both are available for sale. I decided to start painting again, due to a severe injury controlling my daily routines. Painting is giving me an outlet, and help pass the time as healing is very slow, and truly, is still one of the few things I can do to an extent out of all the things I had enjoyed in the past.
In the first year and a half of my beginning to sell paintings, I sold my paintings worldwide. Two different restaurants display my artwork, as well as in private collections from England to Japan, Germany to Holland.
I enjoy abstract and surrealism. Depending on the day, or what may pop into my head in a long lost daydream, is what winds up on canvas. I change styles constantly, from finishing a floral painting- jumping onto a crazy surrealist thought running through my head. I also accept commission work, you can message me regarding.
I hope you enjoy my artwork, and if anything, just a smirk across your face is all the more reason to keep painting. I am located in New Jersey, and have shipped my paintings worldwide. The large mural paintings, spanning 3' or 4' by 5' or more, are shipped un-stretched, rolled, with the stretcher bars included, and easy to assemble instructions.
Me, as a person, on a day to day basis.... Normally, I am caring for animals, what wildlife that has wound up at my door, abandoned or injured, as well as word of mouth friend to friend who has found something and no means to care for it. In the past, I was a veterinary technician, as well as working in the medical field. I am currently in-between all of it, at a hiatus in my life, wondering what path will open up for me, given the setbacks I have fought through in the past few years physically and emotionally. I volunteer at a wildlife sanctuary in my free time, learning to care for other species, and learning how a non-profit organization runs so that I too, someday, can have a sanctuary of my own.
I do hope you enjoy my work, any questions, feel free to message me.