S O L D – A R C H I V A L P R I N T S A V A I L A B L E
Twenty years ago this autumn, I hung my first solo exhibit at Marlboro College in Marlboro, Vermont. It’s hard to say exactly when an artist’s career begins, but I hold 1994 has my professional marker. I can’t remember when I picked up my first box of crayons, but I can tell you that I haven’t put them down for very long since. There have been highs and lows; years of joy and periods of discontent. Life as a painter is often bittersweet, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I’ve been trying to think of something special to honor this important milestone. But I realized today that I already am paying tribute in the most serious way possible: by jumping back into my painting career full-time. Most days, I feel like my fingers are on fire. The passion to create new work and explore new directions and connect with new people is so very great. I’ve committed this time, and in many ways, I feel that I am finally just beginning.