WORDLESS
WORDLESS

oil on canvas, 19x28”

ERROR, STRANGE GODDESS
ERROR, STRANGE GODDESS

digital print on paper, 10 ½ x 22”

ODALISQUE 1
ODALISQUE 1

oil on canvas, 18 ½x26½"

ODALISQUE 2
ODALISQUE 2

oil on canvas, 18½x26½”

ODALISQUE 3
ODALISQUE 3

oil on canvas, 15x22"

ODALISQUE 4
ODALISQUE 4

oil on canvas, 15x22"

META-PHYSICAL 1
META-PHYSICAL 1

oil on paper, 22x15”

METAPHYSICAL 2
METAPHYSICAL 2

watercolor on paper 15x22½"

META-PHYSICAL 3
META-PHYSICAL 3

watercolor on paper, 15x22 ½

LA TRES
LA TRES

oil on canvas, 48x36"

INTIMACY
INTIMACY

chalk & acrylic on wood panel, 40x30"

ARTIST & MODEL 1
ARTIST & MODEL 1

oil on canvas, 18x8½"

ARTIST & MODEL 2
ARTIST & MODEL 2

pen & ink on paper, 12½x19”

ARTIST & MODEL 3
ARTIST & MODEL 3

pen & ink on paper, 12½x19”

PRESSING QUESTIONS 1
PRESSING QUESTIONS 1

graphite on paper, 15x22"

PRESSING QUESTIONS 2
PRESSING QUESTIONS 2

pen and ink on paper, 21x15"

PRESSING QUESTIONS 3
PRESSING QUESTIONS 3

pen and ink on paper, 21x 15"

PRESSING QUESTIONS 4
PRESSING QUESTIONS 4

graphite on paper, 22x15"

ARABESQUE 1
ARABESQUE 1

pencil on paper, 12x18½"

ARABESQUE 2
ARABESQUE 2

pencil on paper, 12x18½"

ARABESQUE 3
ARABESQUE 3

pen & ink on paper, 20x13”

ARABESQUE 4
ARABESQUE 4

pen & ink on paper, 20x26"

ARABESQUE 5
ARABESQUE 5

pen & ink on paper, 13x20”

ARABESQUE 6
ARABESQUE 6

pen & ink on paper, 171/2x 23”

No Intimacy

Giacometti stared intensely

at his models, day after day,
and asked them to stare back at him with mirrored intensity.

Paradoxically, he also said the
longer he looked at someone,
the more impossible it became
to see them. He was tryiing to
draw his own perception,
of whomever he was looking at.

I share that sense of drawing,
but for me there is another

paradox at the heart of it. 

 

I don’t see a figure as a shape
but as movement obscured
by its shape. 

In drawing, I am trying to

find that movement,

caught in an image.

This demands a sense of intimacy

with the figure, and at the
same time a sense of abstraction
and absence. 

In this space of no intimacy

a drawing comes to life.