Around 2000 I began realizing that creating was actually important to my personal welfare and mental sanity. I began to really think about creating again, albeit slowly and often not particularly effectively. Amy and I worked on a couple of projects together which are still some of my personal favorites and I began to work on a few very process-intense, large collages. I also began regain a certain joy drawing. At this time I made some fairly significant lifestyle changes around this time that have led me to a clearer, appreciation of what is actually important in life.
Junkyard Bikes 2009 (3) 7 x 10 Multi Media Collage – Polaroid Transfer, Dye Tinting, Inkjet Prints
Subway Riders 2009 (3) 9x 6 Multi Media Collage – Polaroid Transfer, Dye Tinting, Inkjet Prints
David on the Roof 2008 4′ x 6′ Collage – Charcoal and Oil Pastel
Mary (Luke 2.19) 2008 Collage 4′ x 6′ – Dyed Unryu Paper, Inkjet Prints and Oil Pastel
Blue Abstract (There’s Nothing Good on TV) 2007 Collage 30 x 40 – Dyed Unryu Paper, Colored Pencil, Inkjet Prints and Oil Pastel
Red Abstract (Louis Armstrong in Moscow) 2007 Collage 30 x 40 – Dyed Unryu Paper, Colored Pencil, Inkjet Prints and Oil Pastel
Seated Figure – 2008 30 x 40 Pencil, Charcoal and Watercolor Dyes