Some of the words that have always applied to me are....
Late Bloomer, perseverance, and resilience. I've always valued being an artist because it's taught me there isn't any problem we can't solve if we just use some creativity.
In her most recent interview for Vasari21's, Ann Landi sensed the same thing about me and my path as an artist. I have to say that being interviewed by her was one of the most pleasant experiences. Ann did it old school, by calling me on the phone and asking questions. This way of working allowed me to just tell my story without overthinking, editing, and micro managing the outcome.
Thank you Ann for featuring me and my work on Vasari21. I couldn't be more happy!
For those of you who want to read the article, you can either scroll down, but I think the better quality experience would be to go to Vasari21 here.
Ann Landi has been writing about art and artists for more than 20 years, mostly for ARTnews and the Wall Street Journal. She's the author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art (Gale Broup, 2001) and earned degrees in art history from Princeton and Columbia. A long-time New Yorker, she relocated to Taos, NM, in 2011.