I aim to achieve a rhythm and a resolution within myself which matches what is visible on the surfaces of my paintings. These works take shape from fragments of memories, childhood recollections as well as present day adventures. A thought, a feeling, is introduced to canvas, through shapes and forms observed in my landscape. These markings gives hints of knowledge that we carry through life… like the early marks made by children - the crossed lines, dots, simple squares, the scratches, the loops and the sensory experience of the beeswax material itself. A process that results in images, reflective of present experiences, while also referring to snapshots of memories from the past.