The paintings and digital prints of the Blue Series explore properties of absorption and reflection of light. The paintings concentrate on pairing different hues and values of blue on fields of gold leaf.
The works of the Isis series follow a broad parameter of applying black-and-white over color with no constraints to the size or shape of supports.
The Linea Terminale series was inspired by Galileo’s moon drawings that record his observations of the phases of light and dark on the cratered surface of the moon.
The Janus series was named after the ancient Roman deity of beginnings, time, duality, and endings. Each painting in the series is a diptych; composed of two same sized rectangular panels.