My work is similar to music. My compositions are arrangements of various instruments or members, in some cases incongruous members that comprise the whole. I have created rhythms within each piece. There is a resonance and timbre that sustain those rhythms. All this balances a thread that move throughout my art, sometimes boldly, sometimes subtly.
The various layers, compartments and intersections reflect the complexities of our lives; the optimism, obscurity, achievements, disappointments, rationality, happiness, etc.
The confusion and structure within those compositions also depicts a dichotomy between harmony and conflicts, spirituality and absurdity, sparkle and vapidity. And through the folds and curtains we search for a balance between our self imposed chains and our freedoms, our walls and our windows, knowledge and reliance.
The reflective quality exemplifies our continuous discovery of self; by asking the viewer to examine our differences, in a different light, from different perspectives. But then, showing through the layers is our sameness, like a gleaming metallic thread that connects us all – a conduit of equality.
It’s an expression of our coexistence. Each of us has a role within our "global" composition. It’s how we choose to view our role that determines order or confusion.