A conceptual vision. See art in the details. Leading lines, circles and S lines, light and dark, red and white, black and white. I can stumble upon an image and luckily have a camera with me to capture it, or at the computer, I like to start with an image, crop, multiply, rotate, and paste together than color certain selections. I remember in grade school, we visited "Craines Portrait Studio" they had perfected the art of black and white portraiture and applying oils to simulate color. The images I call hand colored began as black and white negatives printed on a matte surface paper than colored in a similar method as Craines, but much more bold.... abstract.