seek to capture the beauty of the disarray in our lives -- not
the noise and confusion of modern society -- but those whimsical,
timeworn scenes we come across everyday. A cold concrete wall
can attain charm when it is cracked and peeling, or a car becomes
a still life when it is covered with vines and fallen apples.
It is the unraveled, the broken, and the overgrown that I find
Autumn Remnants, © 1992,
Acrylic, 22" x 28"