What Is True
I am most excited when my work exists somewhere between drawing and painting. I love the physicality of making marks on the surface; the connection between the page, the tools and my hands; taking my time, considering the feelings, the emotions, the deep sensation of expression.
In this series, “What is True”, I am interested in fleshing out ideas that don’t quite have a verbal equivalent. While the work is not a reaction to any specific place, situation or event, it is a visceral reaction to the confluence of events, so far, that inform my life.
These lines; these marks; these compositions; these are things I know, deep in my bones, to be true.