My work is about searching, investigation and reinventing. My process is highly intuitive and involves working and reworking, surfaces, informing the work with a sense of history. I draw, paint, assemble, print, sculpt and sew. Within these parameters I piece things together, using disparate parts to create a new whole. I am drawn to both man-made and organic forms. I work both in large-scale formats and small, intimate formats. The landscape in the broad sense with its atmospheric conditions, informs my work. Conceptually, I am interested in the shifts between abstraction and representation, those things that cannot be readily named and identified. The ever changing drips, splatters and marks as well as the grid form the structural underpinnings of my work.