Exhibit showing - November through February 26, 1999
"As a painter I feel I am simply a vehicle through which expression comes. My paintings are a link to my soul and speak in ways I cannot speak verbally. The spirituality that has surfaced in my work has come naturally and easily. My most spiritually-stated work feels most in harmony with who I am and with who I am becoming. I consider my paintings to be a gift of communication to anyone who is attracted to looking at them and takes the time to do so. I will honor the gift of my talent over the duration of my lifetime by creating the most honest, empowering and heartfelt work that I can. It is my hope that these paintings inspire and give solace."
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