My work is a celebration of quiet interactions between people and objects in space. I harvest imagery from my family history, taking bits and pieces from several different photographs, memories, thoughts and ideas to create slightly deconstructed spaces with an airy un-finished quality. The end result is a fusion of humanity, contemplation, and story telling in the form of a fragmented landscape.
I am interested in bringing humanity and approachability to the art world. I do this by using objects and words (in the work or in the title) that quietly reach out and grab peoples attention. Titling each painting is an important part of my process. I aim to subtly reveal a little bit of the context within each work, yet also give the viewer room to create their own narrative, allowing each piece to become its own little moment.