. . . dimensions of love through space and time . . .

The use of thick oil, spray-paint and ink creates a rich and sensual texture.
. Lines, geometric and random shapes: these are scored into the paintings' rough surfaces that have been built up, layer on layer, evoking our relationship with the universe and its many dimensions and abstract spaces that are separate from the physical space we inhabit.
The dimensions are infinite - both mathematical and poetic.
Memories make us what we are, like marks on the canvas. We are journeying through time but our fleeting present can hardly be grasped and disappears before our eyes, becoming dreamlike, a void, as we pass through time. These metaphorical marks affect our relationships with others – in some cases a connection can be so profound that it can propel us into another dimension in time and space.