This current series titled Interior Landscapes is about the passage of time in the same way as images of light and shadow describe a fleeting moment. These paintings include a narrative element that refers to home and domesticity. The idea is that pillows contain the sensory experience of the journey traveled at night; the folds and creases of a rumpled bed are mysterious and evoke an unseen presence that becomes a metaphor for the body. Beds are “loaded” with cultural and social significance, a secret place where the dramas of life are played on the most private of stages. My paintings suggest mystery: a world of soft focus-smoke and mirrors. The forms I paint are intimate, erotic and sensual- they are personal landscapes but are also evocative of structures found in the physical world.