My work explores science, nature and technology in paint, print and mixed media. I recognize and use natural imagery fragments as elements of aesthetic intrigue, extracting components for intellectual mind play for the viewer's experience.
Intaglios, collagraphs, monotypes printed on delicate Japanese papers, collaged over my own artist-
made papers are one aspect of my work; there are also mixed-media collages using colored pencils
over colored inks, and other materials.
Most of my photography relates to nature, though recently I began a city series. I'm interested in
what's hidden, lost or overlooked. What people take for granted, what forms the background of
other photos, is often the subject of mine.
My artwork is about the collective perpetual quest for inner and outer utopia. To articulate my ideas
I make installations, kinetic and geometric sculptures, conceptual drawings, functional pottery and
the occasional piece of furniture.