In the book Pale Fire by Nabokov comes this portrayal of the book's author:
"His misshapen body, that gray mop of abundant hair, the yellow nails of the pudgy fingers, the bags under his lusterless eyes, were only intelligible if regarded as the waste products eliminated from his intrinsic self by the same forces of perfection which purified and chiseled his verse. He was his own cancellation."
Nabokov's description shares my use of the human figure as a way of looking all the way through identity to express the figure's fundamental reality; the images represent the human form, its interior landscape and what escapes.
Education in the arts:
Master of Fine Art in drawing and painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art
Bachelor of Fine Art in drawing and painting and graphic design, University of Georgia.