Scatter, 2015
Wall installation, 7 x 15 feet


Artist Statement
My medium is collage, combining hand printed paper with translucent mylar sheets of splattered paint and hand cut stencils. I convey the language of abstraction with an array of geometric shapes and patterns within these arrangements. The work joins the luminous qualities of hand-printed etching ink with the surface addition of colorful plastic sheets and small square panels mounted on the large pieces. My collages are based on a relationship between the geometry of architecture and a two dimensional over-layering curvilinear elements.
The Here/Square Series in dominated by a more rigid grid system with monotype ghosting used to create a second version of some of the images. These pictures appear to reference digital language without any actual use of the computer. The visual dynamic emerges from layering multiple runs of transparent and opaque colors on top of each other. I am interested in the illusion of movement in my pictures.
The large piece on the back wall of the gallery is called “Scatter”. It is an arrangement of 24 square pieces ranging from 6 x 6 inches to 20 x 20 inches. They cover the wall in an explosion of angles where in a sideways nod to the title of the show, nothing is 90 degrees.



Past Solo Exhibitions:
Up Down & Sideways, 2015

Past Group Exhibitions:
Who Cares?, 2017
New Art In An Old House, 2016
A.I.R. ReFreshed, 2015
Unframed, 2015
Wet Paint, 2014
If These Walls..., 2014