My current work includes ongoing series of works on paper: graphite drawings and paintings (see Floating series in the work index) plus recent mixed media drawings.
My work emphasizes the complex interrelations of the ecosystem, and is informed by self-similar patterns found within and throughout it. Underlying the diversity and complexity of ecology is structure that reflects the operation of fundamental physical processes. In accordance with the theories of mathematician Benoit B. Mandelbrot, patterns of structure that are self-similar can be observed over a wide range of dimensions. This compelling ordering system informs both the process and content of my work. Drawings and paintings are constructed through a system of mark making to create imagery that intentionally oscillates between representational and abstract — in which the smallest cellular structure reflects substantial celestial formations. These works are intended to function as a reflection of the interconnection of ecological systems.