My nonobjective abstract paintings are the result of a highly intuitive process. In a sense my work implies the existence of a reality beyond the physical one. It is about the multiple dimensions of this reality and the development of consciousness that I strive for. If possible I hope my work stands to alter or expand the viewer's conception of its meaning.
My paintings grow on the canvas; I am in constant dialog with my work until images start to unfold and finally these images are worked until the painting is complete. Sometimes this process creates color fields and other times symbols. I would like my paintings to expose the viewer to their sensibilities rather than trying to declare it for them.
John McCracken once wrote "Art is the higher, inner self that one is trying to become or trying to form."