my . artist run website  

Cognition has the ability to enjoy loose and tight associations as part of the creative process. In thinking about Lux Coda as a system of both thought and aesthetic or asthetic-thought I am collecting relevant definitions as continued exploration of the work.


Coda and Code



Art is hope.

Back to the  studio.

Things have been shaping up on the website. Work continues in the studio as well as continued research for potential exhibition themes.


The dedicated twitter feed is also up and running here: .


I was delighted to find out that Morse supported himself by painting. I was unaware of this when I conceived Lux Coda.


"What hath God wrought", was the official first Morse code transmission sent on May 24, 1844. This is interesting to think about from secular, spiritual and historical viewpoints in relationship to the themes of code and complexity in the Lux Coda framework.

Back to the studio.

Art is hope.


Just a note to say that the construction of this site is under way. With numerous obstacles to it's creation now subdued, I am pleased to get on with the task at hand. 

I have decided to dedicate the focus of this site to the overarching concepts outlined in my artist statement. This amalgam of ideas and enthusiaisms has finally developed into a cohesive framework that was stimulated by my last solo projects. I am pressing forward with enlarging this current body of work with some parallel photo based augmentation / process pieces with the aim to find an exhibition venue in the near future.

For those who have followed my career I will include an archive of my early work at some point. Much of that work can be seen on my social media sites if one is feeling nostalgic.

Art is hope.

Now back to the studio.