What I pursue with my art: Featuring bold and colorful abstracts in acrylic. I concentrate on faces. What’s in a face? Capturing the human face as a mirror of the many states of being via expressionist articulation is a life-long endeavor. Over the last couple of years, I have worked intentionally on the rendering of imagined human faces with various unexpected twists which, though they do not portray a particular person, nevertheless embrace the reality of manifesting poignant emotional states. My art plays willingly with references to emotions, figure, and memory while mostly focusing on the eyes of my chosen subjects working within my chosen media to capture a sense of both the fragility and resilience of the human existence.