A SACRED SPACE

Removing ones ability to see clearly is most important to my practice. When the image is clear It defines its own boundaries and tells you what it wants to be. When an image is out of focus, distorted, or gestural it becomes an invitation. The distorted image invites our memory, subconscious and imagination to make sense of the work and what it wants to be. If we accept the invitation, we become active participants in creating the meaning that lies within the artwork in front of us

A SACRED SPACE

This ongoing series began in 2019 as a fascination with the effect that the sounds of falling water - from a shower or a rain storm - had on my mood. This work seeks to translate that experience into a physical language; it is an unfocused field of layered stimulation that offers no direction to the viewer but invites them into meditation, prayer, and contemplation.