This body of work was produced during the pandemic, which has been a time of introspection and re-evaluation; a time of re-articulation that expanded and informed the artist's way of seeing. The time of quarantine was, no doubt, different for everyone, but for many of us resulted in, on various levels, a re-thinking of what we value and what we believe in. This new body of work reveals an oil painting process intuitive (based on speed of application) in nature, but creates a precise, detailed rendered language of abstraction. One might say that the outside world has been re-interpreted or re-seen internally, resulting in familiar, yet at times, ambiguous images; a vision of re-articulation. Simultaneously abstract and photographic in nature, they occasionally imply recognizable images that refer to Steam Punk, Goya, Bosch, 19th century floral still life, or imagined but fully articulated objects and places. This ambiguous space provokes unanswered questions, of what we are seeing and what we believe in.