I have spent much time in museums examining the work of famous artists. Those who have inspired me most are Magritte, Van Gogh and Hokusai. Magritte for his ability to stimulate the viewer to look beyond what appears on the canvas, Van Gogh for his extraordinary colours and his focus on the ordinary, and Hokusai for his communion with nature and the environment.
I have often been asked whether Frieda Kahlo was the inspiration for my paintings of women. The answer is no, Although I admire her paintings, her focus is on herself and her personal suffering, emotional and physical. I am more interested in interpreting - in my own way - what I see, and have seen, as the experience of other women.
Regis West Gallery Minneapolis, MN
Frank Stone Gallery Minneapolis, MN
Charles Adam Gallery Lubbock, TX
Day of the Dead Exhibition, Lubbock, TX
Galerie Mado Chalvet Houston, TX
Wallflower Gallery Miami, FL
A.I.R. Gallery New York City
Columbian Cultural Center Miami, FL
Adamar Fine Arts Miami (solo)
Baroque Festival, Miami,
Coup de Fusil Gallery, Abidjan, (solo)
Présences Int. Gallery Brussels (solo)
Atelier 9 Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Arts Pluriel Gallery Brussels,Belgium
Olin Gallery Brussels, Belgium (solo)
Fayla Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (solo)
BP Gallery Brussels, Belgium
Espace XTE Brussels, Belgium
Chateau de l’Ermitage Brussels Belgium.