I produce meditative geometric works that seek a harmony of color, pattern, and line. Each piece is mapped out in pencil. Then, watercolor is applied without masking, allowing for the inconsistencies of suspended pigments and variation of the hand. The unpredictability and fluidity of watercolor acts as a counterbalance to the precision and order of the initial mapping—colors are selected as I work, rather than as part of a master-plan, allowing each step and decision to be informed by the previous. Each piece possesses both movement and stillness, at times drawing the eye towards a center and at others not allowing it a place to rest. Their scale allows an intimacy for the viewer that replicates the intimacy I experience as the maker.