Original art collection
In addition to my passion for geometry and architecture, I came under the influence of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. I began a search for philosophical meaning through visual expression embracing cubism and geometric abstraction. In my early years, the geometric abstraction work I adopted made use of horizontal and vertical geometric patterns restricted to straight lines, squares and rectangles. I used a palette restricted to primary colours, neutrals and monochromic. Some depicted an objective setting while others explored the complexity and interaction of basic geometric shapes with a rhythmic and geometric precision.
In my more recent work, I have investigated the relationship of color effects and structured squares, either nested or scattered, floating in real depth created by heavy layering of transparent gesso...