"My abstract work is more about chance and intent. I call it "in your face art", because, when viewed up close, these pieces present a totally different vision. Relationships vie for focus and new interactions take place. Synchronicity works its magic and the painting starts its journey."
Abstraction, more than any other type of art allows the audience to be part of the piece. It can transform to whatever the viewer brings to it. It's fluid and presents itself afresh with each new study.