"For the last twenty years I have searched for a way to push the physical boundaries of painting and sculpture as a way to expand my visual vocabulary as well as an escape from my pre-conceived ideas of what those mediums are, and should be.
I wanted to make paintings that would reach into their surrounding spaces almost to the point of becoming sculptures, and at the same time I was working on sculptures that were minimal in form but with enough painting on them to again blur the lines between painting and sculpture.
I search for a new way to “render the city” in a multi-layered process while involving the viewer in a way that is sometimes physical and asking him to follow me down a path where function follows form.
The works are often about my personal contact with architecture and basic living elements in a congested urban environment, I aim to have the viewer examine space and the urban landscape in less obvious ways.
My works are not meant to reference a recognizable form.
Hybrid is the latest chapter in this process and hence the name, these works blurred the lines between painting and sculpture to a point where they become both and yet neither, in the process they have become a new entity, a hybrid borne from the expansion of the boundaries of both artistic practices."