I am indebted to Dr. Seuss for his story "Horton Hears a Who," which first gave me the idea as a child that worlds may exist though we can not perceive them. What a concept! Reality may not be what it seems. This cracked open my imagination.
As an artist, I am inspired by what lies at the threshold of perception. I wonder about the unseen, the impalpable, the barely conceivable. Things like the jostling of subatomic particles, the spaces between cells, what mind is, how we understand phenomena, fascinate me.