Through art I have attempted to allow the mysterious world of archetypal forces a vehicle for expression. To do this I have had my head in universal myths and legends for many years, which have given me greater insights into the forces behind what we call ‘inspiration’. At the same time, I have attempted to explore knowledge that empowers the imagination and gains understanding of the creator within. Without acknowledging the invisible realms of the imagination, we see ourselves as just physical energy; matter that is separate from the forces of creation and therefore un-whole.
Constant themes relating to transformative realms, archetypal (mythic beings), celestial worlds, hell worlds, apocalyptic imagery, energy fields, abstract geometric forms, mandalas and imagery associated with divinity are just a few common subjects that appear in my art. Some phenomena are clearly beyond the term ‘Pareidolia’ and relate to our ‘true sight’. The ‘visionary’ sees beyond what William Blake called the ‘vegetable glass of nature’ – the illusion we call ‘reality’. Today, we are beginning to remember both science (esoterics) and spirituality (not religious doctrine) stem from the same source. Art is what unites science and spirituality, in my view.