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Painting: Solvent Transfer, Watercolor, Gouache, Pencil, Ink on Paper.
I never set out to make a painting about any one thing. I pull images from those I have collected--some photos are my own, some are found, some have found me--before I begin working, but I never begin painting with an intent to convey anything as specific as a feeling or idea.
Where a realistic painter might work to examine and describe sunlight, I work to investigate the gaps around memories or ideas or nameable emotions--the places and spaces which cannot be described except in an amalgamation of images.
This painting is sold unframed, signed and dated on recto.