My experience of place is deeply personal. It is constructed through dialogue -- what a place discloses to me, what draws me in: an unlikely meeting of colors, spaces and shapes that recur unexpectedly, patterns formed by growth and erosion.
My work reflects my desire to attend to and decode my dialogue with place, particularly with the natural world. The landscape of the natural environment is full of opportunities for decoding -- even the smallest, most humble elements hold vast potential for investigation.
I consider my work to be a visual dialogue between the painted page and the natural world.