Without Intention stems from the idea of not interfering with the natural course of things, allowing them to proceed as they would by themselves. Manipulating paint on a surface with a trowel, watching the properties of that particular pigment reacting with the atmospheric variables in the room and my hand with the tools, allows expression to happen. It is through a letting go of intention and balancing that with a degree of reflection that the work comes to be. Some of the paintings (8-11) use interference pigments. These pigments interact with light to shift colors. The paintings express time/impermanence by appearing differently as the light in the room changes and the viewer changes their position relative to the painting. Nothing stays the same. Embrace change.