"Although I have worked in many different media over the course of my career (acrylic, charcoal, digital, etching, lithography, pastel, and silkscreen), the look of the land, the sea, and the sky is my consistent interest. The subjects of my landscapes are ordinary scenes transformed by light in a way that suggests a spiritual narrative. My very realistic style aims to faithfully recreate the details of my experiences of this numinous quality of the phenomenal world, in order to share the experiences as completely as possible with the viewer.
Maine is a major source of subject matter, but I also find material in the greater Boston area and when traveling. Because I like a high level of detail, I work very slowly, usually taking several months per piece. I am influenced by almost everything I see, but certain artists have been especially important to me, among them Hopper, Porter, Inness, and the Luminists."