My abstract paintings reflect the natural world, but from a perspective that comes with its own idiosyncratic set of rules.

In the small spaces there is a logic of the nook and the cranny, comfortable and tight. In the larger spaces there is the logic of the dirigible, one hovering over the other.  The forms that alternate between dimensionality and flatness are crisscrossed by the drawing that occurs in their development.  I work to generate a web of articulated forms that interact, building a hybrid of abstract elements.  Decisions like what to keep and what to discard are a constant. This process of addition and then negation for me is a narrative that is always offering a new perspective.

 As the intricacies of the painting develop, a more phycological space emerges, which in turn defines the essence of my work.