Rain and paint on canvas
From the Archives Project. Color swatches become the starting point, reference and frame work for this series. The spectrum of light we see, colors I like, color theories, RGB - CMYK ... XYZ
From the Archives Project. Source: remnants from the studio
"... is a post-analogue exercise exploring my origins of inspiration. In this case, using digital prints of my own existing work as a starting point for new work ..."
RED, GREEN, YELLOW, AND BLUE
"... White is the sum of all colors - open space in which colors can exist. Therefore, white is the most important element in this series that appears so colorful ..."
"... Only by understanding and appreciating the beauty and fragile complexity of all existence can we try and participate in the efforts of saving our natural world the way we know it ..."
"How the work becomes part of the environment and the environment is reflected in the picture. Always changing."
"... The series is about myth and science, about the natural environment and the human existence. It is about a longing for space and light and a metaphor for the cycle of life ..."
BEING AND TIME
specifically explores the questions of environment and experience in my work.
Invariably connected on one panel, organized like a diptych: one half painted at the Safford Farm studio in Maine, the other half at the Marblehead studio.
"... Like waking up from a dream. Remembering. Through the process of painting the picture becomes more clear and the memory is present."
"... Is about change, action and reaction, cause and consequence, conservation and transformation, energy and mass. Impact is about the traces we leave behind ..."
MY SECRET WORK
"... I am not interested in making images of things. I am interested in image making and our perception and how I can activate information that is within ..."
"... A musical composition in which one or two themes are repeated or imitated by successively entering voices and contrapunctually developed in a continuous interweaving of the voice part ..."
"... A line defines space, reflects a mood, it can even develop into language.
A line can be read universally, without socio-economic or ethnic boundaries ..."
"... With my work I try to help bridge the space between where we are now and where we would like to be ..."