Look around and enjoy :o)
I work with a variety of mediums:oil, acrylic, colored pencil, & digital.
A bit of background about myself
I grew up behind an art school in Hollywood where my friends and I would sneak in on weekends and look at the glorious mess the students had made during the week. (We also saw a great deal of art.) Across the street, on Camrose Avenue, an artist colony thrived. This is where I spent my childhood. I spent hours watching these artists and asking them about their techniques. I would go home and try to imitate them. I was a spectacular failure.
Nevertheless, I still loved how vibrant colors caressed the canvas. My uncle, Al Boime, Professor of art history at UCLA. As I grew older I became interested in all the creative arts—dance, theater, music—you name it.
After college, I picked up the brush once more and have been painting and drawing ever since-along with teaching and participating in various entrepreneur adventurous (one being this web site which has been a most rewarding experience.)
Art takes the invisible soul and brings it forth into the physical realm. The artist is a vehicle for bringing unseen realities into the world —sometimes creating a new vision of the concrete, tangible objects surrounding us and sometimes
helping to open the abstract realities of the soul —a reality which cannot be grasped with the mind nor senses.
[An artist] must be able to penetrate the true essence of
the object and transform his impression into a picture with
This artistic production reveals to the viewer that which he
could not recognize on his own, an essence that was
obscured by superficial layers.
Only an artist has the skill to reveal the inner dimensions
of an object, thus enabling the observer to see it with a
different perspective, and to realize the limitations of his
- The Rebbe.
Vincent Van Gogh
All the moving and inspirational work in the local galleries and museums and the Internet.