Sensations build and spill out over the edges. Thick and often crusty flows insist on their presence. Collisions and grafts of past and present meld and emerge over the painting process and emit new, compound sensations.
These paintings invite the viewer to engage the paradox of how a thing – be it a subject, an object, an idea – can ever stand up in a ground of constant flux.
While the intimate size suggests worlds held in your hand, each piece subtly evades capture, ready to pull apart with its incongruities. Differing treatment of the sides of each painting creates juxtapositions that further complicate coherence.