The work is comprised of abstract carefully crafted paintings.
These images deal with reality but at a studied distance. They are involved
in the content of shape, impacted by color, edge condition, linear detail, and surface texture. Colors have an emotional impact.
Feeling and form are not seen as mutually exclusive. Metaphor is not sought, but emerges. Reality is in the eyes of the beholder.
The paintings draw primarily from abstract and non-abstract artists who thrived in the first half of the twentieth century: Morandi, Bonnard, Balthus, Stuart Davis, Wayne Thiebaud and Milton Avery.