For years I have worked in several mediums simultaneously. Each has informed the other. Specifically as it relates to painting, I have been investigating how color, form, and the geography of space can be both an attraction and deterrent.
Paint is layered up, removed, and then covered up again. Sometimes a razor blade, belt sander, or dremel is used. The physicality plays an important role and wood supports are employed.
I am interested in the process of undoing–– making paintings that border on being seemingly unresolved. Perhaps if one looked long enough, the painting would shift slightly, fall apart or tighten up. I like awkward and clumsy, as it provides multiple fulcrums and visual pathways to contemplate the whole and details simultaneously, much like our thought patterns.