A personal choice
September 28, 1997
The choice of working within a traditional rectangle is a difficult one. But it is done as an attempt to keep order, have a “point of reference” in an ever changing world where too often …anything goes. Assemblages, installations, all the gamut of contemporary expressions too often throw dust in the eyes of the observer and cover up a lack of content and technique. I believe that by restricting my physical field of expression I can release more intensely whatever it is that I want to express when I work on a painting. This is not a generalization of what painting should be, just a personal choice.