Current Work

Current work explores the intersections of vanishing Northwest textural landscapes and pop culture themes. It is a contemporary iteration of the Japanese aesthetic tradition of Ukio-e, or, ‘floating world’, which refers to  a “conception of an evanescent world, impermanent, fleeting beauty and a realm of entertainments”.

Expanding bodies of work include “Color Stratum”, which utilizes multitudinous layers of paint sanded into psychedelic patterns, “Red Earth”, a series exploring intuitive representations of Northwest topography, and “Celestial Bodies”, a series including huge, meticulously drawn portraits of divine, symmetrical bodies.