In my images, I want the viewer to see contemplatively. Agnes Martin exhorted her viewers to look at her work as you would meditate on a landscape. But unlike Agnes Martin, I wish to describe a more specific narrative of human experiences. The ambition is to seamlessly join the spiritual with the earthbound. In working non-representationally, the spiritual is present in shape that is animated by the earthbound descriptors of color, composition, and line. The dynamics between the two are made manifest through the dichotomies such as push-pull, love-hate, good-evil, and severity and humor. This is the kind of story I want to tell. And with a ‘meditation of the landscape,’ I want the viewers to recognize varieties of common experience.