I have always appreciated that particular part of narrative that invites the viewer saying, "what do you see in it?". My paintings tell stories. They are often personal stories but I believe they are not necessarily incongruous with our own personal narratives or cultural narratives such as urban myths or legends. As viewers we see what we want, or often need to see. Our minds do not need a curator to tell us what is going on before our eyes. Thank you for visiting.
I use a method of glazing, using transparent layers of oil, similar to the technique used by artists like Vermeer and Rembrandt. It is time-consuming but necessary as it allows light to filter through the painting.