A personal triptych.

I envisioned a court of characters both mysterious and beautiful. The prince chose to be a rider for his fallen, the king remained vain and statuesque and silent, and the jester as usual took pleasure in the curiousness of life and death in the woods.

I was interested in the interaction between abstract concept and form, so each piece was first conceived by a graphic, abstract mark, which then generated the ideas that they became.