I started off very young making stick figure horses with stories of their intimate lives and moved on in my teens to photorealistically copying images of people in National Geographic. I worked as a writer and editor for many years and then switched forcefully from the verbal to the visual when I got my MFA in my early 30s and proceeded to acquire an exhibition record and a career as a professor. I like the immediacy of visual language, a poetry of all over recognition.
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The Marriage of Freddie Mercury and Gertrude Stein, mixed media and vinyl adhesive on paper, 38' X 76,' 2010
e.Aerodynamicsof the Swarm
1 x 2" miniature drawing with peso, graphite on paper, 2017