For many years I've been intrigued with the idea of creating three dimensional drawings that viewers could enter and walk through or images that they could see through. The underlying interest is a question of perception. That interest remains in my two-dimensional work. I'm still captivated by the beauty of a line and its ability to create the perception of space. In moving to printmaking I've discovered its ability to incorporate color and texture and images as elements. I attempt to abstract my own perceptions of the world - of history, events, time, emotions and the process of thinking.