In darkness, look for stars. In art, look to yourself.
At distance, these works are contrast; textures in light and dark, haloed and ethereal. In the turning aside of formal shapes, color uses the flat plane of the canvas to reach out to the viewer as we reach out to one another, seeking to understand and be understood.
Closer, an invitation and an immediacy: the push and pull of something that seems on the verge of happening, although we might never understand what it is.
This is the intensely personal act of seeing what we see, of feeling what we feel, wherever the revealings take us. In the effect and affect, a cosmology of our imaginings--the clear, cloudy, complex place we can see but cannot define.