"When an artist looks at things, he sees them in a light and format and layout. I try and take those things and make them small portions of large things and put them into an emotion that is evoked from that sight, and share it with the viewer of my work."
"What is one of the most emotionally intense moments you've had while creating your art?"
"I can think back to a time when I was fast asleep and a thought came to me in my sleep, a dream, and it prompted me to rise immediately and go to my table and work on the image that was there before it skipped my mind and eluded me once again. There have been several moments, a lot where people look at my work and say, 'Wow...'. In my younger years a lot of my work went free of price to my friendly onlookers who said, 'That's really cool, man! Can I have it?!?' *That* touches me emotionally: that someone looks at my vision and says, 'Wow. I see it too.'"
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