Though all my pieces are purely abstract, upon viewing we intuitively recognise a visual language that mimics the currents of the ocean, natural formations of the earth, a flower in new bloom or the patterns of precious stone. They activate the senses, allowing for an immersive visual experience that transports you straight outdoors, into the arms of nature.
This striking piece harnasses Japanese aesthetics, including Ma. Ma is a Japanese word that can be translated roughly as negative space. In my work, I am intentional about creating spaces between the forms, areas of quiet, and emptiness, like little pauses between sentences.