Artist Statement

I grew up observing my mother’s oil paintings on the walls. Most of them being human figures or landscapes. It’s no wonder drawing & painting were my favorite way of expression. Once in high-school though art took a back seat and science got all my attention. I finally finished my graduate studies in Physical therapy and worked in the field for some years. 

However, my spirit remained hungry for more. Painting provided for me both passion and purpose. Through full-time engagement with the art studio now I love combining my knowledge of Human Anatomy/Osteology/ kinesiology with the science of painting. I also enjoy reading about the art history and taking various courses on different art techniques. Human behavior and psychology intrigue me and I see myself combining them in my future works. 

Miss Anna Neis in Princeton, New Jersey has been my constant source of inspiration and guide in this exciting journey. 

I look forward to many years of painting.