Something I've Been Meaning To Tell You • 96x72"
Something I've Been Meaning To Tell You • 96x72"

Acrylic on canvas • Three panels: 30x72”, 36x72” & 30x72” • AVAILABLE

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More Than Anything • 90x72"
More Than Anything • 90x72"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • Available

Attrition • 96x66"
Attrition • 96x66"

Acrylic on canvas • 2017 • AVAILABLE

Voicemail #166 (I Was Just Thinking About You) • 73x33"
Voicemail #166 (I Was Just Thinking About You) • 73x33"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • AVAILABLE

This painting is part of a larger series based on saved voicemail messages. View series here

Voicemail #201 (I Said I Was Sorry) • 40x40”
Voicemail #201 (I Said I Was Sorry) • 40x40”

Voicemail #201 (I Said I Was Sorry) • 40x40” • Acrylic on canvas • 2019 • AVAILABLE

The Sound of Silence (murmuration) • 33x73"
The Sound of Silence (murmuration) • 33x73"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • AVAILABLE

All The Things You Are • 54x84"
All The Things You Are • 54x84"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • AVAILABLE

March • 72x72"
March • 72x72"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

SOLD • Voicemail #197 (Figure It Out) • 40x64”
SOLD • Voicemail #197 (Figure It Out) • 40x64”

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • SOLD

4AM • 96x64"
4AM • 96x64"

Acrylic on canvas • 2017 • AVAILABLE

before the moon • 58x72"
before the moon • 58x72"

Acrylic on canvas • 2016 • AVAILABLE

The title is taken from a line in the poem XXXVIII by e.e. cummings

Saudade • 54x80"
Saudade • 54x80"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

The title for this painting refers to a "deep emotional state of nostalgic or profound melancholic longing for an absent something or someone that one loves. It is an emotional state that can evoke happiness, excitement, and pleasure for something that has happened while simultaneously cause sadness and suffering knowing it will never happen again."

Happiness and sadness at the same time.

SOLD • What you know, you know (demand me nothing) • 60x80"
SOLD • What you know, you know (demand me nothing) • 60x80"

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The title is taken from Iago's last lines is Shakespeare's Othello. At the end of the play, chaos ensues yet there are no logical explanations for Iago’s behavior. The painting is a meditative reflection on powerlessness and how when faced with the inexplicable, we must search within ourselves for the answers.

Ship of Theseus • 84x62"
Ship of Theseus • 84x62"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

November • 48x60"
November • 48x60"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

How Long Is A Piece Of String • 84x64"
How Long Is A Piece Of String • 84x64"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • AVAILABLE

Concrete • 48x60"
Concrete • 48x60"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

"There is a very nice idea from the Gutai group, a Japanese group of artist, where they said 'When this chair degrades, it's actually the chair's revenge for being taken out of its natural state.' All of these materials, including ourselves, are constantly in a state of either growth or degradation." - Artist Sarah Sze

I have been thinking a lot lately about the transformation and breakdown of materials, specifically cement. It starts as a powder, becomes nearly indestructible when dry, but inevitably cracks over time... or sometimes quickly when water and fluctuating temperatures are introduced. Holes in roads are caused when water seeps into the pavement, freezes, and expands. Something as soft and delicate and fragile as water has the power to break the unbreakable.

December • 60x70"
December • 60x70"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

into the fire • 46x68"
into the fire • 46x68"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

The title refers to the idiom "Out of the frying pan and into the fire" or to go from a bad situation to one that is much worse.

Impermanence (IV) • 36x48
Impermanence (IV) • 36x48

Acrylic and epoxy resin on canvas • AVAILABLE • $3000

SOLD • Impermanence (moi) • 40X30"
SOLD • Impermanence (moi) • 40X30"

Acrylic & epoxy resin on canvas • 2016

In the Impermanence series, the word “me” is repeated throughout the painting. When written in cursive and without spaces, the word “me” loses its significance. It is simply another aesthetic element and another layer.

I incorporated text into my paintings as a way to bridge the gap between painting and writing. People tell me they cannot draw. Yet in my mind, drawing, painting, and writing all require practice, not creativity. I see drawing and painting as an extension of handwriting. Each individual’s handwriting is highly unique.

The “me” in the paintings is not obvious at first. Although the repetition of the word “me” could be interpreted as narcissistic, my intention is to reflect upon the woman’s role as caretaker and putting others first. It is also indicative of the anxiety women have when speaking their mind for fear of disappointing someone or being viewed negatively. The choice of “Impermanence” for this series is therefore intended to highlight the concept that this self-sacrificing behavior of women can be changed.

Jamais noir et blanc • 60x78"
Jamais noir et blanc • 60x78"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

There is very little black in this painting. What you think you see as black is actually a mix of blue, brown, red, and purple.

All The Best • 58x62"
All The Best • 58x62"

Acrylic on canvas • 2018 • AVAILABLE

Complexity Theory • 40x40"
Complexity Theory • 40x40"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE

SOLD • The Sound of Absence (II) • 40x40"
SOLD • The Sound of Absence (II) • 40x40"

Acrylic on canvas • 2017 • SOLD

SOLD • Impermanence • 72x60"
SOLD • Impermanence • 72x60"

Acrylic on canvas • 2016

SOLD • Impermanence II (me me me) • 48x36"
SOLD • Impermanence II (me me me) • 48x36"

Acrylic & epoxy resin on canvas • 2016

In the Impermanence series, the word “me” is repeated throughout the painting. When written in cursive and without spaces, the word “me” loses its significance. It is simply another aesthetic element and another layer.

I incorporated text into my paintings as a way to bridge the gap between painting and writing. People tell me they cannot draw. Yet in my mind, drawing, painting, and writing all require practice, not creativity. I see drawing and painting as an extension of handwriting. Each individual’s handwriting is highly unique.

The “me” in the paintings is not obvious at first. Although the repetition of the word “me” could be interpreted as narcissistic, my intention is to reflect upon the woman’s role as caretaker and putting others first. It is also indicative of the anxiety women have when speaking their mind for fear of disappointing someone or being viewed negatively. The choice of “Impermanence” for this series is therefore intended to highlight the concept that this self-sacrificing behavior of women can be changed.

SOLD • The Sound of Absence • 80x60"
SOLD • The Sound of Absence • 80x60"

Acrylic on canvas • 2016

Catalyst Reaction • 72x54"
Catalyst Reaction • 72x54"

Acrylic on canvas • AVAILABLE