For me, art is not an inanimate object, it’s a way of life that makes all things possible.
Imagine a garden growing with diverse lifeforms. This place includes conservation education, biotechnology, community arts, a tugboat crew, office administrators, custodians for the living things—as well as municipal buildings, always some horses, pizza, and desserts. I’ve worked in all these places. The real joy is from the partnerships formed along the way with each of the beings that exist in the water, sky, and on the land. That’s me at this time…whatever that means.
I’ve earned a Master’s Degree in the Visual Arts and a dual undergraduate degree in Biology and Fine Art. My work has been published, exhibited, and sold, but the important thing is that I have always been an artist.
Whoever you are, thank you for visiting. Be good yourself and the planet in your own way. That is the greatest art anyone can make.