Call to Supper

Call to Supper creates a mental and physical space to reflect on how perceptions, concerns and emotions can shift over time and circumstances. I work with repetitive techniques slow processes, and set structures that allow for the unknown to emerge. Here, the artis places trust in the value of chance encounters that are guided by intuition, and where touch is proactive. The exposed substrates are a humble reminder of efforts spent, and the self-referential imagery is a form of fellowship with the viewer.

The repeated motifs of rocks, gloves, boats and furniture offer context and perspective. By utilizing these forms, the seemingly clear distinction between interior and exterior significance is eroded. The personal becomes a communal, shared experience, like a conversation enjoyed over a good meal.

*This exhibition is a short succession of notes, staggered to produce a singular impression; here a brief melodic formula multiplies and longer visual passages develop.”