Drawing on paper has sustained me all my life. Even as a child, I recall drawing on paper napkins. Now, it is the need to ponder as I draw funky doodles to clear my deep feelings or to make art. These abstract figurative drawings disclose the incredible human body and its most sophisticated, complex design that nature has bestowed on our universe. This encourages me to scrutinize the beauty, structure, shape, form and light that engulfs the body. My subconscious mind demands that I control my hand to visualize these elements and work at a rapid pace that is necessary to capture the elements. I command my mind, body and hand to encapsulate the anatomy of the human figure and its beauty. This activity encourages me to create art in all diversifications of subject matter and is a vehicle for all of my art work.