These paintings are meditations to be experienced rather than interpreted. Each painting has it's own resonance, rhythm, harmony and depth and evokes highly personal responses.
Drawing each line requires a focused concentration and also records the time it takes to go from one side of the paper to the next with both my hand and my eye. Time and distance are such relative concepts and experiences, and these works translate a philosophical idea into a visual form that the viewer can experience and envision.
I am interested in combining aspects of reading, writing and recording into a form of seeing that, like reading, and listening takes place over time like a musical score. Viewers can visually "read" my paintings and interact with them at a level beyond comprehension, description, and narrative.