I gravitate towards making process-driven art. I like the physicality of the doing. So bring on the heat guns, the wax, the printing plates, the scrapers and pointy mark-makers, and all those tools, designed for other uses, that end up in my studio. The more I can get my hands in it, the better. My head follows.
I am continually fascinated by connections, that interweaving of stuff; pathways, neighborhoods, artifacts, friends, family, etc. All the physical and emotional threads we share as humans are a constant source of wonderment for me. These connections show up and drive my art-making. I let the piece tell the story. I look for connections. As you read this, we are now connected. Amazing!”