My paintings attempt to offer hints at objects that can constitute ideas between abstract and representational. Colour and shape are the base of the paintings. The intentional choice of colour and placement of each circle manipulates the two-dimensional representation of foreground/background; the idea of place and space is skewed. The arrangement of repetitive shape possesses an ephemeral familiarity that engages the viewer and attempt to create a narrative. A dot or circle can represent a number of things: place, population, energy, space, and object. It is the hope that these paintings shift and change as the viewer is observing. From something concrete to something whimsical, something industrial to something biological.