Somewhere at the intersection of “gut” and “brain” lies my practice. It’s about letting go and then making sense of the chaos to find balance between the familiar and the enigmatic. It’s a puzzle from which I still derive joy after decades of painting.
My passion is working with color and color contexts. I’m a frustrated musician at heart and pigment has become my instrument of choice. I see color akin to musical notes; they can be soft, loud or bright – they have keys and tones. It’s ever-changing and once you acknowledge its power as your teacher, it becomes your ally in deciphering a universal language.
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