Themes related to society’s complications and the unintended consequences of perfection infuse my artwork. My creations are abstractly representational and created to provoke a conversation or at least thoughtful introspection. The materials cover a broad spectrum of hand and digitally manipulated mediums and found objects.
The processes I use are meditatively repetitive and often unconventionally commingled. But do not look too deeply into my studio as you will likely find the trappings of a freeform alchemist. I do not take notes or create recipes as it is difficult to codify and quantify inspiration and serendipity’s influence. Any sketchbook drawings created are merely initial broad attempts at mapping a path whose final destination is often unknown until arrival.
For me, it is the result that is important, hopefully creating an aesthetic that frames the question the viewer might contemplate.