My work has evolved from micro to macro, venturing away from the drafting desk toward large-scale murals and installations. Instead of creating intimacy with viewers through a small picture window, now I engulf them with dense drawings composed of white lines against black void-like surfaces. In retrospect, this change came from a desire to push myself to experiment with scale and materials, and to distill part of my art practice to automatic drawing executed at a grand scale. The result is a dense Where’s Waldo–like composition with no visual hierarchy, where viewers select imagery and make meaning on their own. Each work provides a maximalist approach designed to increasingly reward viewing the longer the composition is examined.