My abstract work exists on a spectrum between reality and the imaginary. When abstraction tends to resolve, it resolves in forms that resemble my portraits and figures, as well as the landscapes I paint from reality and my imagination. When the abstract works have little or no connection to figures or forms in reality, they are often pieces filled with my emotions or my experiences. These pieces can take on a different meaning depending on who views it, which is something that changes the piece for me as well.