The combination of religious icon – a resplendent Madonna and a simple symbol of fertility, the rabbit. This elaborately designed piece never stops moving, the eye has almost no place to rest from the patterns, lines, symbols and densely packed palette. This piece typifies the artist completely unchecked – filling the page until there is room for not another mark. This artist unchecked pursues a path that can only be likened to a visual interpretation of the chaos theory. In addition, the artist has a large collection of Madonna’s from many different cultures in his personal collection These images inspire the basic content of the painting, which then yields an artwork that dances like a piece of stained glass, but with a slight nod to surrealism. These type of images the artists creates tend to reveal their true treasures only after many viewings. This particular one I would subtitle as a fertility goddess – the surreal element of the rabbit in from of the face of the Madonna is a nod to the Rene Magritte piece entitled “The Son of Man” from 1964.