There is companionship and solace in the stillness of a painting, the endlessness of being able to observe languorously over time. I use the landscape and the interior as structural metaphors to hinge imagery that represent the emotional state of our minds. Every atom of our being, our neural brainwaves, our DNA and our feelings affects and changes the physical world we inhabit. We are stores of emotive memory, disfunction and conflict. In my painting I layer myriad patterns hinged on abstracted representations with drawn metaphors of social structures, our internal neural voice, our genders and sexuality, our failings and our memories and use geometric symbolism to connect these disparate themes.