My recent body of work uses the combined processes of oil painting and photolithography. The repetitive process of edition making has allowed myself to work on multiple editions of images simultaneously. This process is a result of fragmented memory: a concept that resonates through my current work. Because memory is never a static image, the mechanical reproduction of these images allows the context of the subjects to be re interpreted and examined not only by the use of multiples, but also by the additive and subtractive abstractions that occur from the printing process.
My other body of work alternates between standard oil painting and a newer process of ink painting which involves painting the image backwards, then baking it into a flexible sheet which serves as my canvas.