My art practice is a conversation with the timeless, the primal, and the elemental.
My interest is in the unifying qualities of light, and exploring flowing visual rhythms found in my study of the dynamics of Nature. While my inspirations come from my direct experiences of landscapes, the elements, and the changing weather, my images are abstract. I am ultimately more interested in the evocation of Nature, of building up from within rather than extracting from without. My work explores that relationship between the experience of Nature and language of abstraction.
To understand the meaning or significance of a thing, one must become the thing, harmonizing ones consciousness with it, and thereby feel joined with it. The world is beautiful and radiant. My work in the Arts is my creative attempt to express that simple truth.