April 11, 2012
Spontaneity plays a powerful role in my work. I am interested in the experimental process. I craft my art using acrylic paints, oil stick, and Indian ink while incorporating fragmentation into all pieces. I’m interested in abstract expressionist work, the experimental process and enjoy blurring the boundary between the illusion of what
is real and what has been created. I want the viewer to take notice of the fragments of objects and spaces combined to create an alternate space. Blurring the boundary between what is real and what has been created – I want the unnoticed to become visible.
This allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork and engage all of their senses trying to distinguish between reality and fiction. Every crevice and crack in the wall has significance and I want the viewer to leave noticing their heightened awareness to their own surroundings and everyday objects.