A threshold is an undefinable space in between places, a gateway, a point of entry, an opening, a portal, a space that is neither inside nor outside. Thresholds are paintings that inhabit such an ambiguity. These paintings, where the material becomes immaterial and letters of the alphabet and text barely emerge into view, are at the edge of perception. They invite the viewers to step out of their preconceived assumptions to enter a new territory: to go from the known into the unknown. 
Barely emerging into view, the word F O O T N O T E S is embedded into the paint itself at the bottom of each painting.