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Artist Statement


My recent work investigates themes of isolation, abandonment and transformation through the use of negative space. I see the negative space in a double sense. In one way, it frames out the subject in a reductive manner. In another respect, the space itself becomes second to the subject. My paintings examine the fragility of life in rural areas, particularly West Texas, as more Americans leave the pastoral for an urban existence. With the rise of suburbia and the decline of small town America, cities expanded beyond their central business district at alarming rates. Since the 1970s, urban landscape has been transformed into gated communities, leaving behind a collapsing interior. In the past 10 years these interiors have slowly seen a rebirth. Not only do my paintings address issues of urban sprawl and abandonment, but they also look at the revitalization of central business districts across America.