In the face of loss and grief, how to respond? There is no one way, no timeline, since grief often stays with us for all of our days, transforming, certainly, but always present. Furthest, Boundless is my response to long-standing grief, both personal and universal, and our desire to carry on and perhaps even find meaning in our collective losses. In the studio, it is my impulse to repair. To suture, layer and embalm the damaged through painting. To sound the cry of hope with voices raised in harmony. To reach ever upward, struggling against gravity, yearning for the light. To create a space for contemplation and healing.