BIO & STATEMENT
I believe art has got to be fun. My work tends to be done in various graphic media, often created with spontaneity, humor and with a bold urgency. My work tends to focus on drawing, painting and sketching locations, landmarks, architecture. and urban landscapes.
I often try to incorporate humor, joy and a playful sense into my work. Typical subjects include common mechanical objects from American culture, daily situations, or my personal environment. I sometimes infuse a "Pop Art" sense to my work.
I was influenced by the ‘Pop Artists’ of the 1960s. At UCLA my instructors included Richard Diebenkorn, Ed Ruscha and William Brice. Other influences include Henri Matisse, Charles Demuth, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns. I grew up in a household surrounded by art: my father Milton Quon was an animator for Walt Disney, and worked on "Fantasia" and "Dumbo". He is still painting today at 102 years of age.
Having grown up in California, color has played an important part in my work. My individual style often incorporates a modern and contemporary feel and manner.
‘My art tends to be very graphic and full of color’
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