Many abstract artists attach a particular meaning to their work. I focus purely on aesthetics and concentrate on shape, texture, pattern, balance, and contrast; all within a minimalist setting. The most fundamental description of my earlier work is non-objective, geometric abstraction, often using found objects, and usually painted with primary colors. Over the last several years I have branched out from using only primary colors and geometric shapes (sorry Mondrian.)
Unlike some of the artists who have influenced me, there is no underlying spiritual or metaphysical significance to my art. What you see is what it is, and that is for the viewer to decide without any suggestion from the artist.