The relationship between art and architecture is the essence of my work, as I see art evolving harmoniously from the formalism of design, delineating spaces
and defining dynamic geometries as the basis for artistic experimentation. Where the practice of architectural form ends my artwork begins, pulling and
pushing beyond the box as a deeper exploration of elements.
My work is grounded in my architect's perspective of physical form, its response to surroundings, and my artist's eye toward interpretation of those moments. I
want people to see how architectural concepts are the beginnings of greater artistic expression. The influence of experiential electronic music encourages my
visualization of transposing the rigidity of architecture into a modern art form, demonstrating how these creative forces interrelate, inspiring further examination
of how linear forms are the foundation for true nonlinear expression..
My work is a technology art electronically painted on the computer working with a variety of software and hardware. From a blank screen I begin by exploring
elements, textures, and lines visualized and invented in the moment. Electronic media allows mixing both raster and vector components in layers where I
manipulate the attributes of each for different reactions within a work. Pure vectors and pure geometries are in contrast to the rasterized fragmentation of
everything around them, creating the structural tension between linear and nonlinear experimentation in the work. Finished works are produced as archival
pigment prints on fine art papers, architectural art glass, or fine art hand tufted rugs.