Architectural spaces and details have always been the starting point for my work. I use variations of geometric forms to describe the essentials of architectural space and volume.

I consider atmosphere, light, material, scale, pattern, volume, solids and voids in the work. By combining drawing and painting, ambiguous spaces are created. Immeasurable, yet almost tangible, they can be entered and negotiated with a sense of disorientation.

The paintings are approached as constructions. Development of surface and texture is important to the process; layering and scraping expose the underlying history and foundation of each piece. Combining matte and glazed surfaces contributes to a sense of light and transparency, juxtaposed against geometric structure.