My paintings and drawings deal with the relationships of objects in space over time. Each object maintains an independent form, but the space and motion of the painting stems from the expression of the coupling interaction. Their origin remains personal and intuitive, but seductively suggestive. As shadows of themselves, their form masks their cognitive attachments and associations. They imply their space and place, meaning and association. Abstract and figurative the suggestive psychological intentions and interpretations let the view watch and be watched.Color as the primary recognition of form defines both the foreground subject as well as the recessional planes establishing the space, motion and mood of the painting. The energy of the mark leaves an archaeological explanation of the process and works to enforce the structure and emotion of the forms. My dance becomes ingrained in the composition.