Artist Statement

My drawings reflect a deep interest in and appreciation for science and the respective fields of biology, cognitive science, theoretical physics and chaos theory.

Each of the series of drawings I create seeks to develop a form language or system of abstraction that investigates the essence of some scientifically based notion or principle. They explore ideas such as the emergence of patterns out of the seemingly chaotic, the transfer and movement of energy through an environment, the coalescing of forms out of a matrix of ostensibly random particles, the repetition and compounding of a single form to create macro forms, and the telescoping repetition of nature’s forms on both micro and macro scales.

Ultimately, I am interested in using my art and the process of drawing as a way of visualizing and graphically realizing that which otherwise lays beyond the senses; in other words, as a way of giving form to the formless.