Otis College of Art and Design, 2008, BFA
Essentially rooted in primal motivations, human patterns of experience mimic animate and inanimate natural patterns. Using these configurations and organic shapes as departure points, I create works that trigger larger narratives of migration, attraction, and the continued presence of the primordial.
With meticulous line work and expressive washes, sprouted appendages and viscerally sensual forms, the paintings and sculptures reveal themselves gradually. They are like excavations, brushing away the dust of reality in order to see what is just beyond the ordinary field of vision.