ArtsBusiness Institute (ABI)
MWM: It depends upon the eye of the beholder. I have found that my artwork is well received in corporate environments as well as private homes. My work hangs proudly in office buildings and corporate lobbies, hotels, condominiums, hospitals, and in many beautiful homes.
I love seeing my work bring previously empty walls to life in sometimes unexpected ways, whether hanging above someone’s sofa or mantel or in a contemporary hotel lobby. My many series provide unique options for any type or style of home or building."
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"ABI: Tell us about the concept of threads and themes that you incorporate in your work.
MWM: All of my series share common threads and themes. I use texture to create depth and substance, and I use lines, patterns and shapes to generate energy, movement and flow. The themes are drawn from images found in nature and the human form.
This allows my work to be connected, flow and morph together naturally. For example, my CCG series (Currents, Cycles & Grooves) can be interconnected through texture, energy, movement, color and other themes. It allows me (and my clients) to play with composition and layout to achieve the desired mood or affect by connecting the individual pieces in different arrangements.