My work embodies the visualization of a living flow of lines that I see in everything. Whether navigating the multicolored splendor of a shoreline or depicting a subtle sense of change, this language of lines will translate into expressions of joy, liberation, awe, or victory.
As a result, the range of my artwork is nearly endless in variety, from very detailed to completely abstract, or in materials from the softest fur to glass and electricity.
Within the development of flow it is important for me to carry each composition beyond two dimensions, free from boxed or circled confines.... read more
The Definition of Equilux
Our spring and autumn equinox is when the sun’s path crosses an imaginary line in the sky that we call the equator. This event occurs at the same moment throughout the world. The length of day and night at that moment is nearly equal but not quite, because the sun is so huge and close to our earth, and also its rays are bent (refracted).
When the length of the daytime and nighttime are at their most equal, it is called equilux. This period of time can actually happen before or after the recognized equinox day that is celebrated. The actual day of equilux differs according to where an individual is located in the world.