I am interested in poetic form and in mysterious content. My abstract and semi-abstract work purposely communicates play, chance, optimism and rigor. It also celebrates color and multiplicity of meaning. My process of making can be longer or shorter but it is almost always meandering and rarely linear. I see my work as a testimony to the effects of change, as well as an expression of deftness, naturalness, flow and aesthetic resolve. I explore multiple directions and see the outcomes (the completed works) as junctures. I believe my best pieces are forceful in their oneness and complex in their consequence – parallel to emotional states and equally open-ended, affirmative and unrehearsed.