The notion of looking out or looking in and seeing a part of our world is a current theme in my art, which I explore in several series of nature-based abstractions:
My art is informed by the colors, textures, and structures found in raw and polished rocks and other natural forms. The combination of organic lines along with the structures of the grids was inspired by maps, aerial views, macro and microscopic geological features.
Characteristics of my work include strong texture, contrast, and graphic appeal, and vibrant color. The choice of color is an important energy in my images since how we view the world often depends on how we color our own personal worlds. My works can be interpreted as landscapes, cross-sections, and maps of our world, or they can be viewed as purely abstract forms, leaving the viewer to their own associations.