My paintings study the relationship between thought and reality. They investigates the origins of material through abstract expressionism. As each piece is subjectively viewed, one may focus on the reality of the material objects themselves. Observing pigments mixed with plastics, oil or water, pushed across canvas made of cotton or wood, then stretched or glued over a wooden frame. Others may focus on thought, allowing them to see the possibilities of a naked eye, micro and/or macro perspective. One may see an ocean wave, a collection of cells under a microscope or a telescopic view of a nebula. While another might feel excitement, concentration, sadness or pure energy. Whichever it may be, my focus is on basic material and how it relates to raw thought, providing potential for endless realities.
2020, oil & powder pigment on canvas, 110×120 cm.
Conversations of the Heart
2020, oil, gold-leaf & powder pigment on canvas, 80x80cm.