This site contains an abbreviated survey . The portfolios I have included , and their time frames, illustrate in a limited way, the progressive developement of my  visual experiments. It does not include all the work I have created, or destroyed during my career. The foremost  purpose here, is to showcase the recent work. My current  methods, and the mediums I countinue to use are, as usual , unconventional. Guestbook commentary is welcomed.

This series of images was begun in 2005, and occured as a natural result of my work maturing in a direction away from a form of narrative, or storytelling, to a more freely expressive poetic visual language. It is directly fed by notions, and ideas that  developed over the past two decades . My continued use of  mixed mediums, and various forms of both photo, and copier transparencies add an unexpected quality to these images  that has the appearence of  both painting, and or  large scale drawing. However, the images very often fool the observer, for although they happen to contain elements of  both, they are not what they appear to be.

My Solo Exhibition at the Visual Arts Center of N.W. Florida in Panama City, Florida included 18 of my recent large format, mixed media on transparency works.

These small format pieces are 8.5" X 11" transparencies of various types. Layered with multiple ink jet images and pigments one on top of the other.

From 1975 till 1980 I constructed 18 paintings from canvases that used both the floor and the walls as support. This created both a spacial, sculptural feel, as well as, the resemblence of paintings, thus they explored both the 2nd and 3rd dimension and their relationship to one another. Nine works of this series were exhibited at my first one-person show at the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art {MOCHA} in 1977. Two works from this series are in the collection of the Museo Del Barrio.

The Pattern Paintings were part of a series of acrylic paintings  from 1981 through 1984. Three of the patterned works pictured in these photos, disappeared while being shipped back from Medellin, Colombia in 1980, following the end of the IV Bienial De Artes Medellin where they were exhibited. They were never recovered.

The handmade silkscreen and digital prints appearing in this portfolio are from highly limited editions of under 10 prints per edition, making them a unique item for collectors wanting a unique work, on a limited budget. I created silkscreen prints during the late 1980's. The digital prints are created on high quality acid free papers in editions as small as five, and were produced as replications of transparency works I created in and during the early 90's. The work shown here is available both framed and unframed.