Twelve years ago, I left my career as a computer consultant to pursue writing. A couple of years after that I started to paint and I realized there were similarities between the two mediums. That the rhythm and balance of a well-designed sentence was like the rhythm and balance of a painting, and like a good story, a painting evokes a feeling and a new way of seeing.

When I paint, I release any concept of me doing something and trust a higher intelligence that understands beauty in ways that are beyond me. Each painting is a mystery as I never know where it will go or how it will turn out. From this process, I’ve learned that expansion is inherent in beauty and feeling expansive, feels good. It’s why I love to look at fine art.

 My approach to art can be summed up from a quote from the ancient text, the Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way: The more knowledge you seek, the less you will understand.