The relationship of form gives rise to meaning.

It seems to me that there is an essential connection between everything; a subtle web that tethers form and it is this relationship between form that is the basis of meaning. This relationship is significant. The interplay of form is relational and the relationship between things, not the actual things, gives meaning. My work reflects my understanding of this essential inter-relationship. It is a visual abstract structure that describes a particular typography of relationships and maps the interaction of form.

My paintings are, of course, simply paintings. They are not metaphors. They are not narratives. They are not illustrations. They strive to reinforce the basic formal attributes of painting and resist traditional, pre-Cubist ideas of space. My paintings are deliberately self-contained and self-referential.