I do not like to categorize myself. I believe that one's work should speak for itself.However, I will say this much...discovering that I was an artist at age 55 was and still is a joyful experience.Discovering I had macular degeneration was not. This has probably influenced my art a great deal...why I tend to favor the camera with its wonderful abilitry to magnify and why my watercolors are slightly loose and roughly on the abstract side. I am continueing to find new and exciting ways to creatively express myself. This might not have happened if I had not been challenged.For all of this I am most grateful.
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