These paintings are instances of dealing with the relationship between the field and the form in painting. These personal forms arise out of working with and against the grid field. The immediacy of the drawn line is controlled and channeled by the grid. These forms act an inflection of the grid field but at the same time it stands against the two-dimensionality of the grid by suggesting depth. I think of these forms as the spirits response to the field. They are the fears, dreams, inventions, sense of humor, wonder…

Form I
Form II
Form III
Form IV
Form V
Form VI
Form VII
Form IX