My art-making is process-driven. I use labor-intensive methods of layering prints and paints on cradled wood or canvas. These explorations provide endless combinations before arriving at a “finished” composition. The elements (color, value, line, shape, texture, size) and principles (repetition, depth, balance, harmony) of design are my art-making tools. Images emerge as I experiment with media in unorthodox ways. This process of art-making is unpredictable, spontaneous, and feeds my imagination. My most contented days are the ones in which I have made art in one form or another.