charcoal, pastel, hahnemuhle paper – 38x29cm – 2006
Since a young child, I have been interested in the nature of the cycle of life and my place in the universe. This led me to search for answers and travel to sacred sites around the world as part of my personal research. Rupert Sheldrake notes that at the foundation of both Eastern and Western philosophies and sacred traditions if the threefold nature of ultimate consciousness – the ultimate ground of being, the source of form or order, and change, the flow of things. When in the process of making, I work intuitively, as in an active meditation, often using archetypal forms as signifiers or something beyond the physical dimension.