This intricate work, with its geometric patterns and contrasting textures, is reminiscent of baroque decoration. The artist lays down painterly textures, then photographs, reworks and dissolves the image to create a captivating kaleidoscopic structure. The resulting abstracted photograph is an endlessly fascinating digital composition. It’s a distinct departure from the rest of the artist’s body of work in that it is heavily structured, with repeated kaleidoscopic forms. This repetition serves to draw the viewer into the mandala-like composition, a visual mantra to focus our vision inward, into the work, and perhaps even into our own consciousness of the art of seeing.