My approach is intuitive and expressive, seeking ways to create a new reality on my terms. Each of us views nature through our own prism. Using design sensibilities and pushing the intrigue of opposites, diminutive to expansive, smooth to rough, it asks, what is the idealization of forms? How is our landscape changed and how do we see it?



By exploring the nuances of the nature, one can ascribe an identity to what they see - to search for something familiar to latch onto and form their own relationship to the aesthetic. The true power of an image lies in the fact that it is an abstraction, a parable, and the conveyor of an idea.



"To abstract is to draw out the essence of a matter. To abstract in art is to separate certain fundamentals from irrelevant material which surrounds them." Ben Shahn (1998-1969),

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