In my work, I am exploring how layers within my paintings can act as a preserved record of my work’s past. The layers are an evidence of a history, the evidence of a process, and the evidence of a moment in time. The work is constantly being transformed, and the under layers within the work are buried by new current layers relating to the way that everything within our world changes overtime. To achieve this sense of layering I have poured several layers of paint, in which I later carve to unveil previous layers that were lost under the weight of the present coat of paint.

## 4 More Days Than I Thought (Plum and yellow drips), 2013

Latex Paint on Canvas, 56” x 20”

## Detail of 7 Days and 13 Hours, 2013

Latex Paint and Flocking on Plywood, 72” x 20″

## 5 Days 4 Hours (Light Purple with Drip), 2013

Latex on Plywood, 49” x 22”

## 5 Days 4 Hours (Light Purple with Drip), 2013

Latex on Plywood 49″ X 22″

## 5 Days and a Few Moments of Patience (Big Guy Drip 12), 2013

Latex on Plywood 30″ X 56″

## Detail of 3 Times as Many Days (Triptych), 2013

Latex Paint on Plywood 25″ X 26″

## 5 Days, 2013

Latex on Plywood 20″ X 22″

## Detail of 3 times as Many Days (Triptych), 2013

Latex Paint on Plywood 25″ X 26″

## 3 Times as Many Days (Triptych), 2013

Latex Paint on Plywood 25″ X 26″