Ink on Paper
I appreciate the inherent challenge of working in pen on paper. When I embark on the journey of abstract improvisation, feeling my way through a composition of lines and shapes, there’s a fleeting intuition that ever so gently pulls me along. It draws from my surroundings and the well of my unconscious mind. Yet it can disappear as easily as it was ever there in the first place. For me - this tension is essential to the art. I aim to live in the not knowing, and the knowing, and to reflect that in my work. Above all - to remain sincere.