I work with images that cross my path: worn fabric, the window in my studio at night or the texture of concrete. I construct my world through the piecing together of these fragments. My choices are guided by a visceral response. I try to consciously shift my attention to see unnoticed things and the relationships between them. A picture of texture is very different from a textured thing. Contrasting the physicality of painted marks or the wrinkles on canvas in one work, which resides next to a print of knitted fabric brings the difference forward and reveals interesting contradictions between these paradoxical mediums. Rather than choosing one point of view over another, I am more interested in investigating the fluid boundaries between these ideas.