Non-objective art is one of several means of transcendence of the objective, practical modern world. And as I am not interested in replicating or interpreting the visual complexity of this world, painting for me becomes by default an interior, subconscious journey. It is in this way that I create forms that comply with my sensibility; where material, means and content converge.
This process is an inconclusive, complicated, alternately exhilarating and frustrating and ultimately fascinating means to self-discovery; a record of choices made over periods of time, physical and psychic visual residue.
The work is not about reference or metaphor, and cynicism and irony do not interest me.