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  • Early Cursive Series,

    12 x 12 inches, each panel

  • Signs and Symbols, 30x21 inches

  • Early Cursive, 2014, oil on canvas, 18x18 inches

  • Entanglement, oil on vellum, 48x36 inches

  • Mandelbrot's Premise, 2013, oil on canvas, 40x30 inches, (each panel)

  • Interior Beyond, 44x60 inches

  • Cast No Shadows, 36x60 inches

  • Mime, 30x44 inches

  • Narrowing Horizons, 36x26 inches

  • Phoenix Rising, lithograph, 15x11 inches

  • Empress, 44x44 inches

  • Roots, acrylic on paper, 47x45 inches

  • Winter Wood, 40x48 inches

  • Frost, 2009, oil on canvas, 60x44 inches

  • Sylvan Winter, 2008, mixed media collage on panel, 34x40 inches

The landscape in winter lies dormant until spring resets the clock and new growth emerges. The process of renewal is universal, but the subtle changes in a particular environment as it transitions from still to vibrant are unique and fascinating. The tension in these abstracted representations invite further contemplation of the cyclical nature of growth.

The most recent black-and-white line abstractions capture the fractal nature of tree limbs. These 'antennae' provide a playful, underlying grid for exploring nature as a bountiful source of energy and creativity.