It started out as a way to stay inspired when I was living in Amish Pennsylvania. I would travel for hours looking for museums and I would post my favourite findings on my instagram account. When I ran out of imagery to post, I would go hunting for more again. And it was that cyclical motion that started my venture and obsession into the world of art.
Art is about relationships, a dialogue between players. Whether its paint on canvas or corten steel walls, these objects engage both our neurological and physiological selves. Watching people experience art is like peering into a private conversation in plain sight. Some are more engaged than others and every now and then time seems to freeze in a sublime moment of connection.