A collision of concrete images and random textures, beginning with either an image that I know I want to draw or I begin by making random marks and washes with paint or ink. I never consciously start a piece with a specific narrative in mind, but I try to let my emotions and movements take control of my work. Combining these unconscious actions with symbolic images of people, landscapes, or everyday objects, I am able to discover personal subjects of identity and the human condition. My art capt
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Organized and complicated, the discovery of spray paint during my time at LA has allowed me to indulge in abstract painting using over spray, my own mistakes, and repetition to create work. All of my work lets the viewer interpret the piece for themselves – I believe that an open view makes people think in ways they may not have before.
Inspired by architecture and the ways that buildings and inner spaces frame our perception of space. Through modeling as well as drawing and painting I was able to keep a sense of perspective and geometric figures. In some of the work, I used simple materials, including cardboard and white paper to represent something more symbolic of current issues in politics.