I tend to make non-representational “things,” whether they be 2D or 3D, that might suggest a story, cause one to think of a story, serve some practical purpose, or maybe none of these.
I say tend as I do not really know what any of my pieces mean or represent. This is a continual struggle as I am more curious in hearing what the people feel my art means or represents than stating that “it is a reflection of, inspired by, a statement of….” Just not me.
But, the 2D art is about color, shapes, application, and perhaps figures or symbols. I do not really have a message or statement – the pieces are what they are, and frequently reflect randomness and unpredictability. Nor do I see myself as a painter, but more of just “moving this over that and let’s see how it turns out when it dries” sort of artist.
And the 3D pieces range from being more “functional,” as seen in the tables, to those that are simply more “sculptural.” Either of these use various materials that are chosen for how they can be manipulated in some way or because they work through complimenting or contrasting.
I like to have fun and experiment, and as a friend has said more than once, “Your sculptural pieces are exactly what I see in my dreams.” Well, there you go.
Perhaps I am more of a “maker” than anything else.