For a long time I spent my time
in the studio making paintings, sculpting wood with a chain saw and
print making. I used those practices to find a way of expressing
my frustrations with the world and its contradictions. I was also
trying to create a style that was uniquely mine. I wanted a style
that could distinguish me from other artists, and make me famous,
rich and free to leave that factory where I worked for ten years.
After getting that style, I really started to pursue gallery representation.
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