My work is born of the land and its forms macro and micro. As a child I preferred the company of trees—neighborhood games of hide and seek were an opportunity to be consumed by the forest, lost in the wonder of an unfurling fern or the grisly horror of a rotting animal carcass.
Liminality, a threshold between two conditions or states of being, is an important idea to me as I wrestle with the reconciliation of binaries.
I think of my work as existing in the liminal space between waking and dreaming. Motifs of mountain, water and cloud become emblems for my exploration of Form/Formlessness, Time/Timelessness, Stasis/Flux.