My art is very personal, with themes drawn primarily from my inner struggles as viewed through the lens of faith. Some people have described these images as “spiritual self-portraits” or “visual prayers”. I think both are correct. These images are not meant to be theological expositions. If my paintings were created with words, they would be more like poems or songs, rather than a great sermon or work of psychology. Each time I go to my studio to create, I consider it a sacred time spent in the presence of God. These paintings are the record of these times of aesthetic communion with God – the footprints of my walk with God.