My recent work is a study in order and structure, based on the simplest of geometric forms. There is a great deal of freedom involved in the imposition of strict rules – within the structure of the grid, the confines of the cube, spheres and jacks. There is the possibility of endless variation.

Abstract geometry and color create the illusion of form and space, and the awareness of the importance of these elements emerges from their presentation on the wall. The architectural cube series reflects my interest in geometry, light, shadow, and architecture itself.

I address the ordered system of a grid through the play of opposite words and color schemes, which give way to the free expression of sensuality, movement, and energy. My work is used in both commercial and residential installations.


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1993  College of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI