This exhibition brings together a selected group of small adventures from the past two and a half years. The sources of inspiration vary dramatically and are rarely evident in the result. Inspirations simply kick me out of the gate. They provide fresh inertia. A plan is never devised. I prefer to be lost at the onset. Some work comes to fruition quickly, some very slowly. I never know if the next move will be a solution or a setback. I often find that setbacks are helpful, though, as they force me to consider paths yet unforeseen. Doubt and worry are present more than elation, but this fact makes the elation more poignant. These elements of the process are natural, I find, and I attempt to embrace them as I stumble, seeking the way from the openness of the initiated to a resolution.