I am drawn to the inherent elegance in the pattern of thingsand the curious way order somehow finds a way to reassert itself even in the most chaotic formations. The work takes shape observing the relationship between natural and constructed environmentsinvestigating the interconnectivity between the physical and spatial structures within the landscape and the cultural artifacts that reference the processes and systems existing in nature.
There is a dialogue between the landscape experience and my working processaccumulating marks arise out of experience and intuitionarticulating rhythms in line and colorconstructing surfaces in layers of thought. Abstract forms emergeinformed by the shapes, colors and sensations in the aesthetic experience of place.
The work develops in a state of being betweeninterpreting the relationship between mind and materialreconciling the division between form and formlessnesstracing the intangible structures between space and place to give form to my thoughts.