Anybody can make a billboard. What I like to create is a very compelling real-world compostion that
holds its own at a distance, yet draws the viewer into the story of the detail, where they can spend
years discovering new things. Totally different from the objective of advertising or most of the neo
decor print market, which is to instantly grab your attention but only hold it briefly. If I can stand
looking at one of my own prints for six week, I figure it's a success, because I'm my own worst critic.
What I have zero respect for are those folks who use Fauxtoshop either because they're too lazy
to learn how to actually paint, or too insensitive to study the real light in nature.