Getting Lost in my Creative Space…
As an artist, I love to get lost in my creative space – not just on stage or in front of the camera, but in exploration of many other mediums. When I sculpt a bronze, I really understand the Van Gogh’s of the world – artists who would retreat, forget to eat or shower and fall asleep next to their art. The work in progress is altogether addictive.
I am captivated by the beauty and the genius that resides within art. There is so much of life to capture, preserve or interpret while taking a photograph, building a home or sculpting a piece. I habitually start a project with the end result in mind and work relentlessly toward the goal.
I am passionate about my contribution to the big picture, and I tend to let my imagination run wild. When I design homes, I enjoy hammering nails in, digging ditches, or whatever task the job entails. When I take photographs I chase my subject tirelessly – to the point of needing a search and rescue party. And when I sculpt a piece, I allow myself to discard convention and rearrange a piece spontaneously if needed.