Here is a picture of the red barn at the bottom of the hill by my house, as seen from the road I walk on to my studio. My studio is past this, turn a corner onto the road below, and walk back to just below my house at the bottom of the hill. Because of this, every time I walk from the house to the studio there are new things to see and new things that enter the work. I have found, over the years, that I am deeply rooted in time and place. I can work in any place; but whatever that place is, it becomes embedded in the visual syntax.