Growing up I had a formal art background. After college I was drawn to abstraction and since then have continued to work as an abstract painter. Since the mid 1970’s I have been fascinated with patterning the movement and the image created by repeat motifs. As I continue to explore patterning I work with a variety of materials. In my work I use words, lines, and images to make patterns. My work is intuitive, a process that is both planned and spontaneous. Each new body of work is an outgrowth of previous work incorporating current ideas, thoughts, and experiences. I do not set out to create a series but rather keep addressing the thought until I feel satisfied that the body of work completes the thought. This most often results in a series.
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