Gallery work uses Cindy Male CAD fabric, sublimation dye printed on poly canvas, as reference to what Rupert Sheldrake called the ‘morphic field’, Ervin Laszlo called ‘psi field’, and the Yoruba coined as ‘ashe‘, the force that makes things happen. The rhythm and repetition of the CAD printed fabric on which the acrylic image is painted is symbolic, for me, of non-physical energetic and vibrational states which may be accessed through any form of meditation, most engagingly, again, for me, the arts and yoga. The repetitive or random design pulses an energetic, rhythmic wave ready to manifest as particle. The over painting offers additional information to that which is manifested and the embellishment that finishes the overall image is a free flowing, spontaneous documentation of my feelings and state of mind at the time. The transparency of the painted image weaves in and out of the spacial dimensions within the work.The work moves from cognition, to free association, to spontaneity. Drawing from the life is ALWAYS the beginning of all my efforts. Drawing from life does not copy, it informs.