My latest paintings seek the rhythm and visual language found in both water and landscape.
I'm looking to tap into the universal and uncover the patterns that evoke memories and recollection. I strive to find a space between representation and abstraction, to paint scenes that move past the confines of time and place and expose the visual foundations of human experiences within the natural world.
I work both plein-air and in-studio, exploring ideas and themes in multiple formats and iterations, typically in series. This allows me to experience an idea or location over a longer period of time which enables me to find the patterns and commonalities and distil it into a stronger essence.
I have faith in the iterative process because it goes beyond observation, into design, imagination, and universality.