I dance. I have danced all my life in one form or another. I dance when I paint or draw and I see where the pen or bush or charcoal take me. I let the page dance with me and I see what emerges. I let my inner voice speak as I quiet my outer voice. When I draw, you will find me listening and not talking. My art is therefore a challenge or a response to issues current in my life. My interest is people and the mundane, the pedestrian perspective and what keeps us going in our ordinary lives.