I like to think of works of art as what the ancient Celts called 'thin places' - places where the veil between 'the sacred' and the mundane is so thin that they touch. The ordinary becomes significant and the transcendent manifests as the concrete and immediate. In the end they are not distinct. To dwell in and honour this truth is at least in part why I paint and do what I do. I hope I can share it with others.