Edge draws on my fascination with the point at which the edges of natural features meet another plane — sea, sky, horizon.  Edge explores this intersection where one becomes another, with its veils of color, mysterious light sources, and indeterminate boundaries. Often described as abstracted landscapes, Edge is a personal response to processes — tectonics,  sedimentology, geomorphology, and notions of motion, space and time — inherent in the formation of landscape.