For years, the circle has meant everything, and nothing to me, all at once. It is a paradoxical shape, at the very least, but it is the one shape that makes the most sense. Circles are synonymous with perfection, and flaws in those perfect facades can only add layers of meaning to their simple shape. The circle is a single tension that holds countless other tensions; it alludes to life, the human body, nature, and religion. It is the primary muse for the creation of my ongoing, abstract, watercolor series. Whether the circle ultimately represents a mania, or a calming agent within me, I have always returned to my center.
Continuum is an ongoing collection of intuitive watercolor paintings, started in 2002. This album represents the newest works, only a small fraction in the body of paintings I've created with circular imagery, exclusively on paper.