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My practice of painting is my attempt to "color between" the lines/contours of language and image.  My work lies somewhere between process and intuition.  I try to create an appealing, engaging experience due to a variation in expectations.  The satisfaction within the work is based on the viewer seeing something unexpected- whether spatial relationships, Idiosyncratic shapes, or color interactions.  Guides within the process include Joan Mitchell, Joseph Albers, Charilne von Heyl, and Phillip Taafe.  The marks have a playful musical quality and vary in pressure, and direction.  These lyrical lines range from fluid to clumsy and become equal in a way that makes them unable to be temporarily separated.