My work for the past 20 years has evolved from my study of architecture, which was my first glimpse into dimension, form and texture. My palette ranges from organic tonal descriptions of light and form to pure primary colors, upon which texture is then sliced, scraped and tussled, using knives, brushes and a myriad of tools to create form and suggest dimension. During the process, the textures and forms emerge as glimpses of an abstraction of sometimes recognizable shapes, though sometimes faint and subtle. My paintings are suggestive in that they might or might not be ‘realistic’ but only, perhaps recognizable.
The power of suggestion gives the viewer believable choices, which in my view, is the subjective power of art.