Raise V has a sense of dark urgency through a strong sense of the irretrievable.
Raise V continues with a series begun in 2006 using line as both the subject and the architectural device.
It features raised rectangles and L-shaped elements which suggest relief or collage. These groups of forms in turn create new forms that gently carve or describe the space. Black and white, acting as optical equivalents, underscore the overriding luminosity of the painting surface. Lines are scored, biting back into a black-grey surface to generate another kind of linear activity.
Raise V has a sense of dark urgency through a strong sense of the irretrievable. It provides a platform where loss and retrieval are played out.