I have always considered my work portraits of my inner landscape. These landscapes reflect moments where I acknowledge my place in time, when I can catch a glimpse of understanding, and I have a momentary synthesis in the process. The subjects of my work are fragments of time, stains from transitions, and hints of form with thread-like lines ribbon around ‘the space between’. The images bleed, shift, a space opens, formulates, and a sense remains.
My works are a documentation of the culminating process of time through a mark, a movement, and magic. Emily Dickinson described the creative ‘space’ as, “to wonder what myself might say.” For me it is when I can hear the whisper of what my ‘self’ or the place is saying but cannot repeat it aloud, because like a fresh dream, it will dilute and slip away.