I am glad you found my website, and certainly hope it inspires you to be creative.
We all live in a busy world, and undeniably we indeed move quickly through time. So I certainly appreciate that you have taken a few moments from your schedule to visit my site.
Please be aware that I am in the process of making some changes on my site, so I apologize if it appears a bit disorganized at the moment. A fresh new website is on the design table. It will contain more structured galleries, more variety of works and improved features.
For now, I have 4 galleries open for viewing, each containing a mix of artworks painted between 1984 to the present. My last completed works are found in Gallery 4.
I do have many more paintings which I am hoping to display in my galleries at a later date and I also plan to increase my galleries to display photographs, sculptures and other projects I have worked on, although that is currently in the planning department.
At present I am working on an exhibition that will include paintings, photographs, some 3D works, creative food and a live band to add to the overall ambience. I will also be designing a set for the stage specifically for the opening night and hope to capture the event on video. Due to other responsibilities and time restrictions though it has become a slow process, so I haven’t set a firm date as yet. But I will keep everyone informed.
I also have some other projects I am working on, but I will enlighten you on these when I get past the initial design concept stages. As mentioned before, these include a fresh new updated website considering the fact that I have had this site for a decade now.
Most of my art works are for sale, so please email me for all enquiries or just make an offer on any that have caught your eye.
Once again, thank you for visiting my site, and please feel free to email me at email@example.com with your thoughts, suggestions or questions about my work. And if there is anything creative happening in your life, please share it with me, because that also inspires me to keep on creating.