Lyrical images of the unseen; things at the fringe of our experience that we describe with expansive language, unable to resolve them with precision.

Untitled
Giclée on Matte Paper
11in x 8.5in
$30 per print

I wanted things that I couldn't at times articulate.

—Helen Frankenthaler

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Supremacy #4
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in

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Supremacy #3
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in

It is a visual medium. We don't need literal interpretation of visual things. Enjoy it for visual, sensual reasons, not literal, interpretive reasons.

—Cy Twombly

Supremacy #2
Acrylic on panel
16in x 20in
$700

Supremacy #1
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in
$700

Untitled
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in
$600

Untitled
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in
$600

Inequality #3
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in
$700

Talk about painting: there's no point. By conveying a thing through the medium of language, you change it. You construct qualities that can be said, and you leave out the ones that can't be said but are always the most important.

—Gerhard Richter

Inequality #2
Acrylic on panel
18in x 24in
$700

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Inequality #1
Acrylic on panel
16in x 20in

Series 2 Number 5
Acrylic on panel
16in2
Frame shown is simulated; painting unframed
$450

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Series 2 Number 4
Acrylic on canvas
48in2

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Series 2 Number 3
Acrylic on panel
16in2

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Series 2 Number 2
Acrylic on panel
16in2

Series 2 Number 1
Acrylic on panel
16in2
Framed and ready to hang
$550

Abstract is not a style. I simply want to make a surface work. This is just a use of space and form: it's an ambivalence of forms and space.

—Joan Mitchell