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I perceive this body of work will be ever expanding. My infatuation for the ocean continues to bring her back to the focal point of my creative expression. The beach being the place where the ocean meets the land may forever intrigue me. Like the supernatural and the natural, there is something so contrasting within the two realms of land and sea. Yet they operate within harmony. This relationship can at times be violent, yet at other times be the most peaceful relaxing exchange. There are many diversities within this subject. My study of the beach and the compositions I create display those the attributes of this realm as I am impacted by them.

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30"x 40" Arcylic on Canvas Growing up in Northern California these palm trees are typically the only ones we had around. They always reminded me of sturdy old wise men. With their untamed beards of dead ferns hanging close to their trunks and their loose spiky tops. Always standing where they were, seeming to be the faithful landmarks of the neighborhood. They aren’t the most beautiful of the palm family, but for me they represented the constant markers of the horizon line.