DescriptionA fraction of life over infinity. Least common denomonator. A leaden green image.Broad brushstrokes define a distant horizon, while foreground forms or organisms seem alternately placid and tornadic.An abstract watercolor. Abstract landscapes befit abstract watercolours; the free flowing forms mimic naturalism.Green is the dominant color of this piece, and so it would be a good painting to hang in a room whose walls are in colors ranging from yellow to blue, in my opinion.
An Lausecta Member Since January 2010 Artist Statement I am a lifelong painter, and my work in photography has led me to want to combine the two in nonobvious ways. The application of figure to ground and ground to figure is the express result of a momentary gesture.
My work falls into a few main areas: abstract landscapes and seascapes, "pure" abstraction as Abstract Expressionism or Abstract Impressionism, as well as simulated aerial photography in which paint is applied and abstracts mimicing the natural processes of erosion, glaciation, and sedimentation. I enjoy recreating the experience of depth in my paintings