I use two, three and four-dimensional mediums to create artwork based on the dynamics of relationships. Tension, or the lack thereof, is displayed metaphorically and symbolically. My paintings, monoprints, digital work, sculpture, installations, performances, and video art depict contextualized relationships among men, women, family, economics, and nature. I honor both my subconscious and the analytical thoughts that present themselves during the creative process. When these two modes of thinking blend together the outcome becomes whole through spontaneity and reflection.
My objective is to create an awareness of the relationships we all have with art, people, commerce, and the physical environment that impacts our lives — past, present, and future. I invite interaction when creating installations. My shows have become more meaningful when viewers are capable of being a part of the total viewer/consumer experience.