Abstract painting, like all art, is a reflection of the artist’s total being. It is “the shining forth of one's interiority.” (Mu Xin). It invites viewers to explore their thoughts and feelings through the prism of their individual, unique experience. This process is subjective, interior, and neurological. As such, seeing is an act of creation for both artist and viewer.
Conceptually speaking, I am interested in the interwoven structural patterns that underlie our visible universe of molecules, people, planets and galaxies. My work explores the hypothetical intersection of these patterns at different levels of scale. On a more personal level, it is the measured voice of one individual within the pantheon of composers who, over thousands of years, have used geometric imagery to express their conscious and unconscious experience on the planet at unique moments in time and space.