Coming from a family of theoretical scientists, I have always been attracted to abstract art.
Abstraction can communicate subtle nuances of meaning that reach for beyond the everyday mundane reality most of us live in.
I am drawn to primal shapes, iconic forms and the intricacies of geometry.
I've approached my abstract sensibilities through a variety of mediums including painting, collage, encaustic, 3 dimensional work, and photography.
In all forms, I strive to show images of the spirit.
Lately, I am most fascinated by accidents that can occur. I am developing ways to let these accidents rule the work. I am intentionally asking an unknown and uncontrolled element into my work. It is by letting go that I find the most refreshing and original images.