My general artist statement begins by saying that
"Relationships are never easy . . . especially those between color, shape, texture space and tension." No matter what materials I choose to use these relationships always apply.
The works in metal are created using aluminum printing press plates that I sand, cut and adhere to wood panels. Basically this series is about energy - creative, biological, emotional and sexual. They are abstract pieces with emotionalized titles such as "Adult Swim" and "Herd Mentality", in an effort to help the viewer "see" the work through metaphor and satire. Many of these pieces are almost interactive - as the viewer walks across the room the play of light changes on the aluminum fragments.
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