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The “art bug” bit me when I was very young, and drawing was my first obsession; I fondly recall how I looked forward to watching a television show in the late 50’s, called, “Learn to Draw, with Jon Gnagy”. This show taught me the vey basics of drawing, and the effect of light and contrast. I worked at this daily
In the late 70’s I absorbed myself in photography. This, new found, interest, soon turned into a 40 year obsession. Making photographic images continues to be one of my primary artistic outlets.
Whether losing myself in paintings, making photographic images, or experimenting with a new medium, I always keep a crayon piece on the easel…… and with every creation, I try to achieve a unique look. I call it, “fine art with crayon” and I love the challenge presented by that fat, wax, impossible, crayon.
Art is intoxicating. I can go there to lose myself, and find myself, all at once.
Just the quiet kerosene lantern for company after a long day. "I want to enjoy my down-time before I have to get up again."