Memory and movement, time and weather, color applied or withheld, color dense or translucent, absorbs me
and drives my work.
Moving clouds are a metaphor for time and the constancy of change. In sky-centric paintings I strive to create
a transient world: wind blowing, storms gatherings and clouds bursting with energy; sunlight dancing, revealing
and obscuring the earth.
In figures, movement, real and imagined, traces a time-line. Life races over faces like weather. So in painting
human forms I’m drawn to telling gestures, hands that speak and faces that reflect character and reveal history.