In the paintings and works on paper industrial debris and fragments of sea life are entangled, often morphing into one another. In the twelve-paneled paintings on wood, the maze of industrial parts disrupts or blocks the free-flowing undersea life.
The small circle paintings are like microscopic views or portholes, a window into this undersea world where broken bits of machinery and fragments of plant and sea life float by. The rounded forms also refer to the plant life itself: phytoplankton, or lily pads floating on the surface.
The irregularly shaped panels combine individual puzzle pieces, representing both fragmentation and interconnectedness.