Using painting as a method of processing observations, emotions, and experiences has always felt natural to me. My most recent series focuses on tenacity, and staying resilient in trying times.Sparked by frustration, and discontent, and without restraint, I purged all that perplexed, and fascinated me into my work.The subjects for any given series are symbolic of what I was processing at the time.If the work appears vibrant and hopeful, that’s because it is.
Boston Globe Review: Scarcely Awake (June 1, 2017)
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Somewhere Else Instead, ink and watercolor on canvas, 52" x 78"
Magnified, watercolor and ink on paper, 30" x 23"
Oscillate, watercolor on canvas, 40" x 30"
All Sorts of Funny Thoughts Run Round My Head, drawing ink with watercolor on paper, 34" x 27"
Allow (a non reaction mantra) watercolor on Aquabord (mixed), 24"x36"
Seismic Shift, ink and watercolor on paper, 11" x 15"
Envelop, watercolor with drawing ink on canvas, 30" x 40"
Backstage, ink with watercolor, 9" x 12"