My painting explores the intersections of painting, digital
media, photography, and other sources. These works combine alternating panels of representation and abstraction. Some panels are hand-painted (a labor-intensive, low-tech method); others use digital technology to explore how this technology has changed the way we view painting and the world around us (an emphatically high-tech process.) These different, sometimes competing,
modalities interact, without privileging one over another, and suggest a dialog of constantly shifting visions.
My smaller digital prints on paper, and paintings on paper continue a variety of ideas. The digital works develop water imagery in different ways. The smaller paintings on paper are totally abstract, using narrow white lines to grid thin, vertical bars of vivid color.