Series of unique perspectives
About me and the studio
My main focus is about the brain, more precisely, perspective and cognitive development. My work in Neuroscience began in 1990 and in 2000 I started a project called Color Wheel Studio. Color Wheel is a fine art school for children starting at age two. Using my theories of cognitive development and art practice I developed a very rigorous criteria regarding the cognitive development in children, specifically for the hyper development in the regions of the brain that deal with math, science and language. This breakthrough in brain development is implemented through the teaching of particular fine art concepts taught in a highly structuralized manner, all of which I have developed over these three decades.
The artwork that I produce are investigations on particular perspectives and understandings based on my studies and observations. Concepts are understood in a myriad of ways but are better understood through (cognitive) paths of least resistance. I can develop a visual understanding of some concepts through a pure abstract approach and others more precisely from realistic techniques. The use of different medium, style and perspectives lends itself to a broad understanding of how the brain works. The more diverse my abilities are, the wider range of people I can affect.