Painting for me is a way of expressing what for me is usually considered an inexpressible ambient space ... a space which lingers on the threshold of visible and invisible, audible and inaudible. A space not traversed by my usual practice, yet still holding a great importance and interest to me.


This space harks formless beings as the subject, overriding pages with gesture and texture, forcing the 2-d plane into an inevitable nothingness. They present themselves as momentary lapses in emotion... fell swoops, and time suspended in gesture and motion.