My work is an ongoing inquiry into the exploration of equivocal space and its relationship to the human experience.
I like to compare this to opening a door and stepping out into space. It’s vast, beautiful and at the same time a bit unnerving.
Arshile Gorky is my most potent mentor. Gorky spoke of lying on his stomach in the grass observing the insect world.
His close observations gave way to his own quirky, organic and psychological shapes.
These shapes inhabit a wondrous kind of equivocal space.
I feel a real connection with this kind of study and translation.
Ultimately, the work is its own world, but one that challenges the viewer to explore and consider.