In my recent abstract paintings I explore receptors and natural bio-morphic forms. I'm investigating how we receive information into the body and the memory of that information. Some of these works are inspired from human psychology and physiology and the inner workings of the body such as the ears, eyes, and nose. Body parts that receive information and relay it to the brain. The memories of this information are translated to paint on canvas and forms a scene or story. I've been experimenting with bringing together memories of place in abstracted imagery and atmospheric fields to create implied storytelling, a surrealists construct, I like to call ‘abstract tableaux’.
An entity surrounded by its environment is a universal concept, whether it is from what we call reality or in the realm of the sub-conscience. In these works, I create abstract surrealistic landscapes.