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1500 Jackson Street Northeast
Studio 139
Minneapolis, MN
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Adobe buildings, retired Vegas casino signs, diners, a woman on the beach, retirees having coffee at McDonalds, an outhouse: what’s up with this artist? My art captures the breadth of the human experience. I capture the fleeting images of everyday life and the artifacts of civilization. I am a visual archeologist and journalist working in oil paint. My paintings of daily life, and of objects past and present highlight our individuality, diversity, interconnectedness, and impermanence. The interplay of shadow and light, large planes, and angles reminds us that there is always a different perspective, and more to the story than meets the eye. Our world is a rich tapestry to be enjoyed and explored.

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The Human Experience link to this group

These paintings capture different aspects of the human experience. Many of them are scenes that caught my eye during the course of a day and I took a quick reference photo. Each of them evokes a story for me.

Still Life link to this group

I occasional will paint a still life each has a personal connection or story that inspired the painting.

Architectural Themes link to this group

I enjoy the geometry, textures, and abstract qualities of painting architectural subjects.

Vintage Vegas link to this group

This series was inspired by a trip to Las Vegas in 2015 and a visit to the Neon Sign Museum, also known as, the Neon Boneyard. It occurred to me that Vegas embodies all that is human: ambition, joy, sorrow, greed, corruption, desire, creativity and beauty. The signs reflect the arc of their lives: birth, youthful vigor, success, and then retirement, sometimes to obscurity, and at other times memorialized. I found beauty in their imperfection, the wear and tear rendering them more interesting and perhaps reflecting their storied histories.


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