UM-How do you define your style?
RJ- I like to think of my style as a result of what I have seen, where I’ve been, experiences that life has taught me, what is learned being married, having a baby … my style is me. Not false or stylized, no makeup or airbrushing on … really is pure expression that comes from within. My work is a mirror of who I am and I’m close enough to hear it and do something about it. I also like working in the figurative and the abstract.
UM-Of all your works which stand out most are expensive Why?
RJ- And … do many faces, tell stories and keep track of the life experiences of people are like markers or pens people. I like to see people and faces are usually the first thing I see.
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