My art develops from an abstract vocabulary inspired by the properties of water, fields, and their boundaries. I work to create a natural rhythm as a means to reflect spontaneous effects and the underlying forces as witnessed by the human spirit.
In my work, the analysis takes place on the surface of the painting. Layers are continuously reformulated by adding and removing material. My surfaces are candidly penetrated revealing consequences, which become embedded to varying degrees in the final form. I find this process akin to natural forces upon the physical world.
For me, making art is a journey to understand the natural world through the observance of movement, form, and color. It’s my approach to visual discovery.