Ichthyoforms (from the Greek ἰχθῦς or ichthŷs, meaning “fish”) uses fish imagery as a point of departure to begin an exploration of color, line, and form. These paintings aren't about fish as fish, but fish as sinuous forms found along the boundary between recognizable subject matter and complete abstraction. Most are painted in acrylic, some in oil; some include collaged elements such as paper or string. None are fish found in nature, but I've been told that some Ichthyoform paintings echo real fish behavior—a fascinating synchonicity. Click on each image for a larger view and more information.