"A line is a dot that went for a walk"
- Paul Klee
Each compositional element is composed of single lines. Between each end point, or terminal of the line, is a series of curves and bends creating a densely and meandered labyrinth. The simplicity and abstraction of these forms lend themselves to open interpretation. They become abstract microcosms.
The compositions demand full attention and focus. Though the labyrinths can be scanned over and taken in as a whole it is only through the disciplined and time consuming journey from end point to end point in which the art is fully experienced. Modes of slow thinking are celebrated. A contrast is created between quickly drawn gestalts and long contemplative experiences. Adult indifference and haste pinned against childlike curiosity, patience, and play.