2013- present. The work falls into a type of post-analog, digital as manual process art. The process involves using the reference of a digitally distorted image of a prior painting- therefore the work begins and ends with the brush, having a digital process in-between. Deeply textured mark making adapts to the warped, skewed and distorted imagery it depicts. The barite medium acts to emphasize the thickly stretched, ropey brush strokes, as if the painting itself has been warped in Photoshop. The distortions are dutifully, if not constrained, to imitate this imagery through the use of very large brushes and mark making techniques.