Recent Paintings

I articulate the experience within the body as a reflection and response to the reality outside of the body, to express immersion into the surroundings. I use the silhouette to distinguish the human presence. The landscape in which the figure is moving is depicted within the silhouette as well, but in a shift of scale or focus.

Tree forms, the trail, or the shape of a slope are opportunities to reference body elements, like veins, the basic bones, or muscles. The body is there and not there, distinct yet participant. The mind and eyes are invited to see in multiple dimensions, which is how I experience being part of the environment.