I combine the random actions of painting with controlled, deliberate mark-making to describe each form in my work. The canvases are composed of organic forms that derive from those found in nature, but ultimately the paintings are a visual record of an unplanned dialogue between myself and a blank canvas. The forms that appear at first glance are, upon further investigation, nuanced transparent layers of paint that reveal the paintings’ intrinsic mysteries. I could say that I intimate a certain relationship between physical and psychological space in my work, because in a sense that is true. But my approach to making a painting is more comfortable, intuitive, and personal than cerebral and the result of this visual investigation – the painting – reflects that process. I am most interested in using the visual language created by my marks and forms to create something unique to each viewer.
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