My art process is a struggle—sometimes spontaneous, sometimes like a fit, or almost unconscious.
Sometimes it’s the opposite—calculated, procedural, with plans and objectives.
In making art, that’s the point; to reduce intermediaries, interpretations, directives—and make art like an animal digests, or the brain sparks ideas.
I let it happen; the pen or pencil or brush and size of paper tells me what to do.
Art is an incomplete circle, until it is seen. The viewer’s experience—with your reflection and interiority—is the culmination of what started with a dot on paper.