“As I walk I observe and document the territory through which I travel. Sometimes I walk very slowly, scouring the landscape for evidence of birds or animals, and sometimes more quickly, impatient to complete my walk. But whatever my mood or purpose I always have my camera. In the studio I search through these images pausing from time to time as I choose images to further explore via the painting process. The paintings become a record of pace and focus, of what my mother, in her attempts to get us to complete our tasks thoroughly called (with emphasis) “Attention To Detail.” They are also a record of flagging attention, of inattention and sometimes what one (mom again) might call “half-assed” effort. All together they are a record of a mind’s ability to absorb and consider information; and also of the limitations of that ability.”
InLiquid curates rotating exhibitions in the window space and vestibule of Old City Publishing throughout the year. These storefront exhibitions are viewable 24/7 from the outside.