My work continues to be an investigation of forms under transformation. While collaborating with the materials I use, I explore the healthy/sick, sublime, wet/dry, sexual, growth/rot, stiff/limp/squishy, thriving and failure that are the fragile properties of the body and nature. The materials range from oil on canvas to mixed media with the use of satin, ink and paint with a strong emphasis on line and process.
Growth stages in plant and animal forms interest me. Exposing a transitional pivot at the tipping point—a moment of exchange as forms cluster and morph, creating new forms en-masse. These surging biomorphic shapes that range in color from healthy greens, hearty reds to stained, earthy browns suggest a physical and botanical reference amidst an environment also caught in flux.