I am drawn to numbers and mathematics because there are no questions about meanings or outcomes. I seek the control of familiar repetition and unfamiliar patterns. These emerge as numbers, and the colors that represent them, proceed across, down and through a piece, regardless its size or shape.
My work is made using acrylic, enamel, metal leaf, paper & polyurethane, applied to glass and wood panel. Using these materials I make work that provides the viewer with information: counting systems, simple or difficult mathematics and coded text.
I was born in Georgia and grew up in New Jersey, Hawaii, Kansas and Virginia.
I moved from New York to San Francisco in 1993, and began to take art making more seriously.