Colours, light, and texture within the grid embrace and dissect landscapes. 

Beyond depiction and representation, the paintings capture the shifting effects of light and colour criss-crossing the surface. Opacity and transparency are at play to create a type of atmosphere. Light and the absence of light.

The universality of the grid weaves intricate links between constraint, harmony, and wildness. By fusing irregularity, chance, and accident, the formal rigidity of the closed grid is opened to reveal greater interpretation and meaning. The understanding of the work is liberated as if seeing a landscape simultaneously through multiple perspectives at once. By making the grid more open and fluid, it is forever shapeshifting.

The paintings play with colour and light, movement and stillness, leaving the viewer with an impression of their own making.