Like weft and warp, the work in “invisible Somethings’ weaves in and out of representation and reality, combining disparate imagery to create a concise yet chaotic whole. In this exhibition, obsessive graphic works on paper reveal the elemental nature of human existence. Petroglyphs of the 21st century, ‘Invisible Somethings’ unravels itself revealing the presence of the experiential conception. Constantly charging forward, we are unaware that we charge in loops and spirals, spurts and glubs. Our own lives are such deceptive patterns that we know only to make sense of them through the window. Neverending obbsesiveness leads to cathartic imagery. Closeness to God is achieved by repitition.