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Growing up in southern Arizona I was surrounded by Native American art with geometrical motifs. There were also prints by M.C. Escher, books of optical art by Spyros Horemis, and prints by Piet Mondrian. This is how I became addicted to art and geometry.
My art includes tessellations, spirals, perspective, polyhedra and other geometrical stuff.
I also get inspiration from astronomy, science fiction and fantasy.
The best surreal art introduces us to unusual and unfamiliar places. So I try to explore regions off the beaten path. It's my hope to occasionally bring back something new from little known realms.