Process based paintings are centred around chance and instinct to create ambiguous formations and shapes. The images should be considered as stand-alone or self-informing; this potentially causes uncertainty as to what one can discover within the formations. At this point the work becomes constantly intriguing and limitless.
The aim is to create dynamic tensions between elements within the paintings, particularly between the idea of figure and ground. It may be that there are several figural allusions within the compositions or that the viewer is the figure as they view and interact with the work. Engagement between viewer and materiality of the paint is vital and can allow insights into individual personal emotions, anxieties and experiences of life, tensions aim to emphasise this.
Subject matter has become redundant; the visual and physical qualities of the paint take on a prominent front. Large painting compositions potentially allow the viewer to become immersed within the image. Dynamic sculptural textures, colour and shape possibly allow a viewer to investigate more closely and visually enter the image.