In my latest series of paintings I explore the ineffable — that which is inexpressible in words. I seek to capture something that cannot be described but must be conveyed through gesture and pose, line and form, figure and space. Through carefully-orchestrated reconstructions of reality, I create a vision unfiltered through narrative, with emotion that remains present but undefined. This is the inherent purpose of visual art: to transcend verbalization and instead be purely experiential. The viewer need not describe or define this vision in order to appreciate it. Rather artist and viewer alike are free to experience it without words — as pure form, pure feeling.