First and foremost, my work relates to the human condition through the representation of the body. More recently the action of dancing, sometimes taken as a full or fragmented action has continued to manifest in my pictorial universe as Body-landscape, sometimes without a head or a face. It is anonymous, hidden by a sheet that becomes one with a gesture. There is no question of gender here, although the female captures more ground. The body takes over the canvas by it’s extremities: distant face, over head view of the feet limiting the gaze. The nightgown and sheet move closely to our nakedness and without a trick or the appearance to, everything refers to another timescale. The transparency, opacity, mirroring, green tone and flesh, earthy fabric, the sheet becoming the skin; opening our first universe: the home, the shell of self, one’s privacy.