Some of my abstract works are purely non-subjective. There was no intent on my part to represent anything concrete. Sometimes I may be representing a concept or feeling abstractly, or a subject may be suggested by the work itself when the painting is finished. The viewer is invited to interpret the work as he or she likes.
Other abstract works clearly derive from a subject and are portrayed with greater or lesser amounts of realism. Sometimes the realism veers into surrealism with mystical, humorous or imaginative elements. Because the line between abstract and realism is a matter of degree, some pictures are show in several galleries.