These paintings and drawings reference the interaction of architecture and landscape; physical space and a merging of geometric and organic forms. They utilize the horizon line and linear perspective to create an illusion of space. By using human sized scale I encourage the viewer to exist physically in the space, and by keeping the imagery ambiguous the viewer is engaged in the creation of the space. I see these works as thresholds; an unsteady viewpoint in the middle of a representation and constructed metaphorical space. These works operate with multiple thresholds. First of all there's a ...
(For more, see "View full record.")