Collectively my creations are an interwoven tapestry of patterns found embedded within the ancient cultures of Native America, India, and the Arabian Peninsula. As a painter, it is my greatest aim to evoke the spaces that cannot be perceived in totality through the transmogrification of dream and reality. 

With Plato’s allegory of the cave in mind, my works explore the dichotomy between physical existence and illusion. By applying abstraction to the concept of a landscape, I investigate the metaphysical dynamics of the cosmos including: the manipulation of time, the limitations of ordinary observation, and that which is situated beyond the boundaries of perception.