“My paintings are richly reductive, merging color, surface and light. Through a repetitive process of adding and removing paint and linear markings, my intent is to achieve a unique evocation of both natural and fabricated surfaces as well as a visual discourse between micro and macrocosm. The use of two or more panels within each painting provides a sense of connectedness and constant change.
Additionally, I have created these pieces with the intent of relating them to the architecture of the space they are in; they may be installed horizontally or vertically. In this way, they not only maintain their own intimate space, but become an integral part of the larger environment as well.
Be it a close up view of a precious stone, threads of a textile, or a distant view of the night sky or landscape, these works are intended to elicit a sense of wonder and mystery, with a deeper appreciation for the world around us, in all its temporal beauty.”