Art can be many things. Art can be fun, it can mesmerize, it can be romantic, it can be emotional, it can cause anguish, it can disgust or antagonize. It can be a vehicle for change; a political pulpit. In my case, these thoughts/emotions/images form the foundation to each piece of art I create. And, although I never really plan the beginning middle or end, I have these collective of thoughts and images passively streaming in my mind. Therefore, when I begin a piece of work a quick zap of inspiration (image or instinct) comes to me and I begin. It only takes a few minutes; my mind just drifts and sometimes goes blank. After the first phase I sit and analyze what I have created. This can repeat itself a couple of more times slightly adjusting the image. Once I lose interest, then I move on to the next. Although most of my current work is fundamentally abstract, when one looks closely one can see those collections of landscapes, figures and/or emotions subtly emerge
A self-taught visual artist who experiments with acrylics and enamel, he took extensive courses in ceramics and sculpture during his undergraduate studies. Graduated with a degree in Psychology from Florida International University, and received his Master in Social work from Barry University.
2017- Caminos Encontrados. Sala Museo San Juan de Dios. Orihuela, Alicante, Spain 2017- Moving Sings. Raw Space. Vero Beach. FL. USA 2017- Collective Art Show. Raw Space. Vero Beach. FL. USA 2017- Malaga Art Fair 2017. Malaga. Spain