I paint imaginary architectural interiors that are punctuated by windows and doors. The viewer is within the space, but there is a connection to the exterior world, whether through a window, a door or a reflection. Often the space is flooded, but it is not clear whether the water is rising or receding. A night sky may appear through one window, and dawn through another. Some paintings consist of two panels that describe one corner of a room with a window through each wall, and others have several panels that make up a monolithic structure that recalls the roofless ruin of an abandoned medieval church or castle. The interior walls are dark, and light comes from the windows, doors and reflections. My thought process centers on making visible the contrasts that exist between perception and reality, the real and the imaginary, and the present and the past.