Colors flirt and go for walks. Sensations build, multiply and flow.

Often first appearing as a solid image, each painting soon reveals itself to be an aggregate composed of disparate spaces and disjunctive or teetering times. The paintings emphasize the fragile - even delirious - attempt of any form to adequately contain a single-faceted reality.

Here a new definition of the verb "to abstract" embraces construction and invention rather than the distillation of what already exists.

Michele Foyer