My current body of work consists of geometric abstractions. Although these look like calculated systematic compositions, they transform from one moment to the next. They are as lyrical as an improvised piece of music. I am constantly working and reworking the colors and gradients in these panels until they vibrate. The basic formal construction of these is based on the directionality of triangles and gradients to create focal points throughout each piece. This manner of depicting space creates a pleasure and tension through color combinations and construction. Paintings are built from the outside working inward. The panels are beautiful and the gradients are lush, and I personally want the viewer to feel as though they can enter the space I’ve created through the directionality of shapes and color transitions. There is a palpable emptiness in these abstractions, an absence of the figure which points directly to my own experience with loss and grief.