I love the horizon, its ever steady line of delineation between the spaces of land, sky and sea. It’s the first stroke I make on the surface, and often the last. In between are layers and layers of light and color, sprung from my memory but unbound by realism. I start with a framework, a few rules around composition or color, but it’s the tension between what I expect and what the painting is telling me that dictates the flow and finish. I work, and wait, until the ever fickle shifting between place and memory stills itself harmoniously on the canvas.
Bio: Artist, Boston driver. Triathlete.
BFA, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University
EdM, Harvard University