Dignity for the homeless

I am a painter that connects emotions of many people. I had this undying desire to touch the lives of the less fortunate. I went to Tent City and spoke with a few homeless people to see how they lived. I experienced their raw emotions of rage, distress and frustration.


I started a second series of paintings focusing on Women and Children. I received a grant from The Puffin Foundation to finish the series. They are victims of domestic violence, economy, addictions and many other reasons. Most of all, they are human like you and me.


This series is a mirrored reflection of my internal emotions. The hardest part is to face your own afflictions. By dealing with the issue, you can help someone along the way and free their soul. These paintings were created to educate the public and not for sale. My goal is to find a permanent place for these homeless paintings in a museum.