I want my work to reflect widened possibilities and connectedness, not only to the other forms w
ithin the work, but also to culture and human kind. The work should be a kind of evidence of a lived experience. 

I like to play with space, enmeshed in a mixed language of painting and drawing. A language that is mostly abstract but contains elements of calligraphy and recognizable objects. I am creating a vast universe packed with meaning and a longing to communicate on a spiritual level. I am engaged in a process that creates a sense of motion, never quite obtaining equilibrium. I like to push the illogical through interesting spatial relationships, using biomorphic form and color subtleties that favor intuition above all. the intangibility, both in appearance and theme