There are no definitive interpretations of my abstract paintings. Viewers are invited to complete the paintings with their own imaginations. Like a mirror for the mind, the complex shapes and colours suggest different imagery to different people. As a result of this philosophy, I have avoided naming most of my artwork.
Sometimes, however, giving a painting a title—and therefore an interpretive framework—feels unavoidable. The centre painting below, for example, is often regarded as an elegant woman in a flowing corseted gown. It has also been seen as a representation of the Taj Mahal (the title of the painting Castles in the Sky is partially derived from the latter interpretation). Since the Taj Mahal is a tribute to an emperor’s deceased wife, I think both viewpoints compliment each other.