The experience of this year of study is an important aspect in the development of this body of work because it is very much in the present. The pressure of time, limited studio space and intense sharing with other artists (which is a luxury for me) has helped my work to evolve and become strong. I also learned to rely heavily on an intuitive process of thinking and working rather than a left-brained approach to ideas. As a religious person I have often come to crossroads in my career as an artist. I believe I have found a personal style which is both contemporary as well as spiritual in a way which coincides with my view of a wholistic spirituality; that is, depicting a kind of creationcentered view of spirituality.

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Painting--Themes, motives; Painting--Technique; Collage--Themes, motives; Collage--Technique; Art and mythology

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