Through my abstract work, my intention is to eliminate the natural impulse to find recognizable, representational forms; without finding an immediate explanation to form, I find the realm of abstractions an inspiring break from monotonous routine. There is a relationship between form and colour I find compelling. The movement and energy transferred into a piece during its production interacts with each viewer and welcomes the audience into a unique artistic narrative. The abstract art I create is a place that is experienced subjectively by viewers and aims to pull the viewer into vivid, visual dance.
By applying subconscious, spontaneous techniques and focusing on lines, colour, and form, I hope to encourage viewers to imagine the process themselves: envisioning the brush strokes and movement on the canvas as it once occurred. The use of organic forms leaves room for each viewer to have a unique connection with the piece by constructing their own interpretation of its significance. I find inspiration through artists work such as American artist Helen Frankenthaler’s Mountains and Sea, 1952