C O L L A G E  ( 2 0 0 8  - P R E S E N T )
 

 
The contemplation of the discarded and forgotten, the unnoticed and so-called ephemeral, which has already survived generations and will in all likelihood out-last our own time, is both moving and profound. Piecing together these fragments, this detritus, must reflect at some level a desire for permanence and stability, for order and meaning. An absolute world of Forms. In this respect the challenge and reward of solving the pictorial problem, even at such a simple level, or perhaps because of it, is considerable.

M.S.