This year at Artomatic I’m showing two larger landscape paintings, and in a separate grouping, three small still lifes. The landscapes are richly detailed, textured semi-abstract spaces. In one image, an abandoned aircraft hangar (its length traversed by a lone figure) gives way to a fecund field of weeds. The other image depicts a ubiquitous site in NOVA -- the modern mirrored office building -- but observed from down in an eroded ditch, through a stand of trees. The still lifes are informed by objects I have found and collected -- a bleached turtle shell, a petrified bat, a swan foot. In addition to these paintings, I have more landscapes and figurative images in process at my home studio. Feel free to drop me a line if you are interested in seeing more.