Artist Statement

Painting for me has always been a means of approaching and understanding the natural world both as we find it and how we apprehend and reconfigure it. I am particularly interested in creating work with the power to suggest experience rather than define it.

The elusive nature of light, color, and space is my subject, with their ephemerality and attendant ambiguity at the core of my painting practice. In my paintings, composed structures provide a toehold in woozy space while colors shift and spill from their indeterminate boundaries like changing moods.

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juniper says: Very serene. I wish I could see the world this way, and live near these paintings.