I love the Ukiyo-e prints made by Japanese woodcut artists. These prints depict fleeting moments in time. Ukiyo-e is often translated as 'Images of the Floating World' and that idea has inspired these paintings which suggest tiny snippets of a moment, a place or an event. Most contain bits of ephemera layered together into one image. Instead of literal interpretations, these are impressions that suggest some of the scraps and bits that feed into our everyday lives.