May 15, 2020
The unsettling feeling of dissatisfaction coupled with a curiosity surrounding a life unknown to the present one, I set to the task of risking what was for what could be. In so doing, I am able to give the painting its full meaning, and myself the courage to trust in what I do not see, but know to exist.
Each mark I make develops a memory within the work and my process, regardless of whether or not I layer over it. The mark is forever a part of the whole--merging with the new and engaging with it, holding both permanence and impermanence.