This work comes out of a state of synethesia. Sound can have
shape, color, and literal mass or void. Music helps, but it is
the sound that turns the key, that makes the walls disappear.
When working directly with sound, I want to direct its power
towards its visual component, creating ambient environments and
Painting for me is not a literal depiction of sound. Color can
make a sound, which will in turn suggest shapes and composition.
It can also work in the other direction. My paintings are the
result of a sedimentary series of layers and sequences. In a
sound piece or painting, I am interested in the temporal aspects
of experience––constant and permanent change. Painting and sound
move through, and are layered in, time.