I have always been intrigued with the endless potential of non-objective painting. This form of expression has always provided me with an unparalleled means of conveying emotion and mood.
Today my work continues to focus on the evocative and poetic rather than the descriptive. For me, painted arrangements stand as metaphors for things in nature, both physical and spiritual. Elements and relationships come into being, evolve, and phase out or transform, just as things do in life. The process is fluid and organic. I love working over and layering the paint, taking away, adding, and balancing accident and control to arrive at a feeling of resolution.
This process of development, or the painting