My work has gone through many stages, but what has remained consistent is my investigation of the human experience and relationships, connection to my inner self, love for nature, and expression of light and color. The past 2 years, I have gone through a major transition of rediscovering my work and self after grad school. In that time I learned the importance of community and the power of the process of making art from when I worked with kids. Moving recently from Chicago back to Pennsylvania resulted in my falling in love with the landscape again. This time around, my technique is a little freer and experimental. I use glitter and mixed media and work with acrylic more than I did before. This is somewhere I did not imagine myself being. However, painting landscapes in oil paint is a tradition I will carry on.
Subject wise, my paintings and drawings focus on the bright side and a sensory experience. The light gives life and beauty to the world. They also explore relationships, thoughts, time, the metaphysical and spaces I visit and find beauty in. I am continuing research on the Goddess, cycles, and different mythologies that may apply to my experiences in life. Symbolism finds its way into the paintings. My connection to nature and promoting that lifestyle to others for their own well-being and sense of peace is my main mission in my artwork and career.