I'm a big believer in following your passion. I didn't "rediscover" mine till I was 30. When I was a kid growing up in Europe I loved drawing. I could spend hours drawing. As I grew older I began to understand that the world was bigger than me, much much bigger. So life has its way of turning what was once very colorful into a grey; monochromotic box. I followed a safe path. Found a sustainable but unfullfilling career in engineering. Don't get me wrong it was great but it didn't make me happy. Life listens to your heart when its sad and gives you signs to help you but if you are not open to receiving those signs you will never see them. I saw mine and took a leap faith. What I discovered at 30 years old was that the world we contribute to is colored by our intentions, actions, and beliefs. I began to draw again and with the help of a mentor I began to paint. What I discovered besides a hidden and dormant talent was that we are here to enjoy the vibrancy that life gives us everyday. Sometimes we let ourselves become contained within our own limitations; our own "grey box" where our palette is always dull and boring. Yet there is more to life and all we need to do is load our palette with vibrant colors.
My paintings are reflections of the zeal and energy that life has in store for us everyday. I specialize in Mexican and Chicano Art. I also love pop art themese than remind me of my childhood. As well as architectual paintings that reflect my travels and current region I reside in.
You are the master artist of your life fill it with color. Paint it wildly. Be spontaneous. Be bold. Be fearless.
“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure. - Paul Coehlo".