I conjure my work, not execute it. Non-representational and non-figurative figures: What are they? Why do they look like that? Who cares? These funky figures that I manifest into my pieces are not about what I see but what I remember. They are born free through my process but become bound by the piece in which they exist. 
I like frustrating people. Places of discomfort and confusion are fascinating places to linger. These works create an uncommon ground for viewers to step into. I want my viewers to sit in the chaos of my paintings and these figures until they come up with their own answer to the piece that satisfies their trying minds. Look at the foreground, look at the background, look at the ground on which this piece resides. Enter the world in front of you and negotiate with the bound figures. 
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