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  Honorable Mention 2019
for Fine Art
  “Ipaint a lot of geometric shapes and what may appear to be straight line-work.
I do the best I can, but don’t turn back if a line gets shaky; that little shake now gives my work a human element. It doesn’t matter what my starting subject was, allowing this human element to exist creates beauty. What we don’t understand in nature, we can break down the natural visual work using geometry. It’s the easiest means to de- scribe a complex universe and define what we call thought, emotion, and sentience.
I am ever so slowly, yet never quite, solving these geometric equations through my paintings, which have no beginning and no end.”

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