We see the tip of the iceberg, but submerged beneath the surface of the visible world are mysteries we can only begin to understand. – Sarah Young
Using the camera to paint images from beyond our reach and aiming toward the reality beneath the surface texture, I work with the built environment to create Abstraction. I reduce it, free the tangible to represent another dimension. References often emerge but they are subordinate to the aesthetic whole. It is a process of discovery, not of preconceptions. The forms and color—building blocks in my sculptural yet two-dimensional images—allows one to slide behind the obvious and to access the emotional landscape within.