Though this latest series of work reflects an eclectic style in search of this communal connection, there is a consistent uniform structure employed in the process of these paintings. In all of its chaos, the “grid” employed, whether seen or not in the final outcome, signifies a level of pattern consistent with this universal connection of emotion. The “white” often used blankets the background and acts as the universal web that covers and connects the constant motion of this life from one point to another, as people fade in and fade out along the way. The overlapping of these moments/emotions is depicted through the myriad of shapes, forms, color and symbolic images and the juxtaposition of the similar in which they interact. The subtraction and addition of these elements is merely cognitive reaction to the ebb and flow of life. The titles become those reflections of my experiences, the constant movement and change, the ever-changing patterns of life! This series of paintings acts as an interpretive visual diary of these shared experiences. Upon further investigation of these moments, dissecting and understanding the parts enables me to better understand and reinvent who I am, and what it means to be human.