These works are a conversation about the physicality and experience of the carnal. The imagery is raw and initially unedited, recorded with stick, brush, palms of the hands, screwdrivers, pencil, crayon, spray paint, crammed with an array of sensory and intellectual experiences. This body of work is titled “The Narratives” because they narrate in a sense, the experience of being human. The first mark that emerges calls for the next mark, and on and on, and in that way, it’s a dialogue, no different from lived experience, which begins and ends in mystery for us all.
Photo credit: EG Schempf