My paintings reference the still of landlocked spaces and the volatility of coastal landscapes. Some are small and square while others are broad and vast—all connected by an urge to capture space within the confines of a frame. Beyond formal concerns, they reference the rhythm of music, historical connections with artists, lines from literature, and scenes from my travels—both near and far. They call to mind a horizon or a field or a simple repetitive pattern like the stripes on a rugby shirt. Each work invites the viewer to imagine a world tilting between certainty and uncertainty.