The paintings made through a labor-intensive process of applying permanent black ink on a 1/4” clear sheet of plexiglass. The paintings’ physicality slowly grows through the repetitious marking,
building up to a surface with a luminous depth and density. Darkness is an accumulation of ink,
while light is transparent glass.
The images have a persistent presence, transforming something familiar to a specific perceptual experience. The subject is not place, instead it is the condition of light.