My work is an experimental source of applying ethnic art into an abstract composition. By
sketching human and animal forms, and adding texture into a meditative fluid process it allows me
explore the development as an organic evolution.
A defining part of my current work is the illusion of patterned fabric imbedded in the painting
surface to denote curtains or veils, at times even the body. Pattern as cloth has opened up my
paintings, because even though the pattern it the pattern it
I am interested in identity, memory and the discomfort of leaving in the post-modern world. With
my work I explore the fine line between reality and fiction and how photography and its inherent
artifice fill the gap.
My graphite-centric drawing, sculpture & hand-drawn animation work elusively investigates
identity & encompasses an obsessive conceptual framework, denoting recollection &
disappearance, memory & forgetfulness, and mark making & erasure