Perhaps art does not exist, and in fact, it is simply a form of communication. My work examines ancient philosophy, origins of mark-making, visual, and oral communication and views subtleties as an expression of the individual. I look for the clearest methods and tools to develop shapes into an abstract vocabulary. My primary tools are the Chinese brush, paper, ink stick, and ink stone but also  steel, ceramic, and wood.

The marks on the Chinese paper are irreversible and act as a refined record of one’s mental and physical control. I work to know myself through brush strokes and to share my own imperfections and self-discoveries.