My art is:
1. the process by which I resolve my 'existential unease';
2. the product of that process;
3. a method for others to explore the same topics;
4. an historical record.
When I look retrospectively at my art I find...
Insights into the history of psychiatry and psychopharmacology, with additional material on other selected topics including mental illness and creativity in literary figures, and understanding medications for sleep, anxiety and depression.