The Hudson River Series



Time is expansive, universal, solar systemic, terrestrial, biological, individual, relative, philosophical, and religious; and yet, it is perceived as inexorably limiting.

Through studies of landscapes, light and movement, I investigate a concept of time as a dance between presence and absence.

My goal is to recreate, through my use of color and composition, the sublime, sobering effect that nature deploys for many of us. I hope my abstracted landscapes function as bright stars, distant mountains, and every sunset to remind the viewer of his or her perfect size, place, and time in the universe.