The creative act of reducing everything to the basics
allows us to revisit past memories and experiences
in order to fill in the blanks of abstraction.
Reducing an image to its simplest form can bring forth spiritual responses,
and art is incomplete
without the emotional involvement of the viewer.
Abstraction invites you to participate in the creative process.
From the artist’s perspective, the creative process is undeniably interpretative, and from the viewer’s perspective, the interpretative process is also creative.