Throughout my artistic career I have worked with a wide range of media, including drawing, collage, painting, sculpture and installation. I have been repeatedly drawn to spaces of silence in which my work can transcend its materiality, where I can access a primordial source from which ideas and inspiration come. My art practice emerges from that source and my art attempts to enact that emergence. I have been interested in the indefinable nature of things, objects, words, and thoughts which has spurred my lifelong exploration of what I call the ‘dark source’. This dark source, for me, embodies concealed aspects of existence which lie behind the appearance of things, thoughts, language, and the world. Through the processes I explore, I seek to reveal that which is concealed emerging into view. I try to make the invisible visible. This paradox has been central to my art practice and is the essence of my artwork, for the last sixty five years.