These astract sculptures invite active viewership of their many curves and offer manifold views.  Their surfaces, are often painted, and overlap reflect the process of weaving.  Yet, these pieces do not contain anything, their folds do not hide substance.  They disturb judgments of  weight due to volume.  They only hint at infinity, implied to behind the wall on which they are mounted.

These objects are evidence of brokeness.  The viewer’s eyes may trace the lines and velocities of each stroke, but are putting together an incomplete puzzle.

These sulptures are meant to be lived with, to take up space, change with the light, and be a character all their own.