Behind every form there is an intricate flow of energy lines that define it. These lines delineate the borders of the object itself and at the same time are part of an intricate web of interaction between other forms.
A man seated in a café is interacts with the newspaper in his hands and the table in front of him. The energy around him is visually full of vibrating dots, lines and planes – constructing three dimensional forms in a dynamic state of equilibrium and held in place by the meaning and purpose of the form itself.
Painting is the gentle interaction between the intrinsic meaning of the form and the discerning observation and interpretation of the artist’s eye. When these two coincide we have a great piece of art.