My work is a collage of random thoughts and inspiration layered together through a series of
improvisational sessions. Much of the content comes from my everyday life experiences. The end
result is sometimes convoluted, and abstract. I
I paint figurative works in oil or gouache on paper and board. I frequently incorporate collage into the work. I use color and pattern to evoke emotion and tell stories of daily life where the viewer is drawn into an intimate world.
Using multiple media from the net to site installation, my work is conceptual and project based.
Iâ€™m interested in staging and visualizing the tension created when control and its release try to
coexist as a curated chaos.
I accumulate discarded objects and nontraditional materials, transforming them through painstaking methods into sculptures and installations. Both material and process are significant to the content of my work.
Surveillance is now part of our everyday lives. The Surveillance Series asks "Who is Watching?,"
"Who is being watched?." "What is real?." The Snooze iPhone clandestine subway commuter portraits capture unguarded moments of our public lives
I am continually fascinated by the both the differences and similarities of species and look for parallels often combining elements in the creation of a new hybrid. I look for unexpected combinations as a way to suggest new possibilities.
Awareness of the vibrational nature of the universe informs every aspect of my work: gilded paintings with metal leaf, pigments, crystals and mother-of-pearl or digital prints of painted gouache mandalas.
I am a painter, animator and mixed media installation artist. My work celebrates the human spirit and life on our planet in all its forms. I am also a producer for Brooklyn Free Speech TV and curate and present NUGGETS a show on video-art.
My new work has been a great deal of focus on human beings connection to living and nonliving things in our universe. The captured series examines how a technology is used to create identity and mind control.