I’m drawn to the inner landscape of the human attachments embedded in our psyches for whatever reason—except to underscore the view that attachments seal our choices and define who we are more covertly than one would suspect. We obviously experience and salute the process of detaching as a necessary human process. I started with the question of which comes first, Attachment or Detachment, and found that the two states are fluid and sometimes mask each other. This led me to a tertiary sense that the two states converge to show a mysterious third state, nameless but nevertheless meaningful and open to investigation.
Art Institute Gallery
Capilano University Gallery
Mixed media on wood
36 inches tall by 24 inches wide