She longs for us to enter meditative discovery states. She longs for each of us to spend time everyday in the rich company of Mother Spaceship Earth. And yes, she does want to learn how to play dominoes well enough that she could play with the Jamaicans on Saturday night.
Her prints are an abstraction of the moment when human beings interact with rich inks and papers; of humans connected to place; of humans exploring/experiencing process.
Experience ‘moments of being,’ intense sensations that stand apart … Her work provides the boundary for silence… to step into a moment… to allow for moments of composition and stillness when your brain (goes) into a reverie…
Each print is made from only the objects she finds during a day and a place, wherever and whenever that may be. It is a record of that precise day and place.
She has no preconceived image in mind. The process reuses and transforms the objects into images which are mysterious, full of movement and rich in color. It is whatever emerges from the juxtaposition of the objects pressed into the styrofoam plate and from the color palette and tools of that day.