The Interchange



Art is a union of sense, self and subject, and for me is the result of a compassionate dialogue with Earth.  By making art with senses raw and awake, our unique perceptions can develop inner understandings of the natural world and of our roles in the interweaving.  There are messages from animals, plants, trees, stone, bone, eco-range and insect—that assist us in understanding the moments of our lives, and will divulge the emotional history of a place.