Artist's description:

Painting is research for me. In this piece, I articulated a new question: how does the viewer affect the scene? I start with this question practically, as in, I am a viewer and I am making certain choices about what to show and how to show it. So I am a viewer as an artist, viewing life then representing it. The appreciators of art are viewers. In conversations and writing, they represent what they see.

But I wonder about those things that are within the viewer that somehow come across. We have assumptions, experiences, and lenses. I know what I experienced in the moments preceding a painting. I wonder if those experiences (feelings, certainties and uncertainties, dreams, visions, and daily narratives) are present in the work.

The runway is an external location, a setting for an external event. But all events have interior contexts.

side edges are painted

wired for hanging

ships US: in a box
International: rolled in a tube

Materials used:

acrylic paints

The Runway of Everyday Life #5 (2015)


  • Acrylic painting, Canvas
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  • Size: 40 × 30 × 1.5 in (unframed)
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