Although I’ve sampled many mediums with fervor, I am grounded in Narrative Art for a few solid reasons. As an immensely shy person with an insatiable appetite to make change and tell stories, I feel comfortable doing so through my work. What intrigues me most, the story and the art itself change depending on who is looking at it. Each viewer arrives at different conclusions no matter what my intention was during the making or curating process. I suppose language offers us this opportunity too, but we tend to call that poor communication - which I find interesting.
Much thought goes into my work, both as a curator and painter, resulting in an over arching narative on relationships, human or otherwise. I am obsessed with color, bones, birds, moss of any kind, facial expressions, tiny detail and bugs.
My work can be viewed at the AZ Gallery in Lowertown, and the Grand Hand Gallery in Crocus Hill.