My painting has evolved from a personal language of abstract forms, made by pouring acrylic paint and manipulating the movement. Poured, organic forms flow and collide in rhythms, referencing fluid dynamics and motion in nature. My aim is to invite my audience into a visual dance of movement, color, and patterns.
I pour acrylic paint directly onto glass, which then forms a “paint fabric” that I can remove in a thin solid sheet. The “skins” as I call them, are then attached to a support, and the painting from this point is worked on as a collage. The interrelated layers have a materiality and dimensional quality.
Repeated patterns and gestures are developed and explored within the language of abstraction. Layers of paint coalesce with an ephemeral depth and physicality. The repetition of forms becomes the network and structure of the painting, each one evolving on its own.