In an analysis, one would have to account for fragmentation of form, color, linear line, contouring shapes, and narration. But the work is much more than design. It's about emotion, thought and process.
Clearly there is a need for me to make work but why this work?
The work has been about doing. I paint using an intuitive direct language of marks and shape making. The subjects develop as I work and safely I find how it refers to me. Gradually, the marks teach me what they want to say. This is not revolutionary; it is discovery of one’s self.
My work is a creation of realities jumbled together on top of one other. Artists before me have found how to relate to the common elements of life. They gave us their vision. This is mine. There is a spiritual existence that connects me to my process. It is a wake-up moment, a place to remind me of what can be the focus of life.
Faith reminds me my work is significant. The work quietly talks. New messages are found. Standing in front of the work, it will take you in. Through radiation of color or organic shapes, their energy exists.