First Impression is a reinterpretation of a concept I had explored previously for the piece Where do I put It (2019). For that work I was trying to visually express what lies underneath the curated facade every individual puts together to survive in our marketing obsessed society. (“On brand” is just an everyday thing people … More Inner Vs Outer Self
Since the concept behind this work came from Clearline Zine’s call-for-art prompt, and wasn’t born from one of my personal musings, I feel like I have less to say on the subject. What interests me most is the deeper meaning behind a gradient.
The Goddess Transition project began with me trying to force myself to be more healthy. If you are a human who can communicate with other humans you have probably been introduced to the “cure all” that is yoga. There is the ongoing joke that whenever someone is complaining about literally anything an annoyingly optimistic listener … More Discipline VS Healthy Habit
Social Media is something I am both addicted to and have participated half heartedly in. This doesn’t mean I want to become more immersed in the digital sphere (I check Instagram more than enough), just that I would like to do it with more intention. Instead of so much spontaneous image sharing I want to … More A New way of Internet-ing (for me)
A concept exploration of Fragmented Perspective (2020). Before I was born my mother bought herself three Lladro porcelain ballerinas for her birthday. She thought her children would be dancers. Flash forward 30 years and I am most definitely not a ballerina. It seems like an evolutionary flaw and gift that humans are only able to … More Subjective Truth
A deeper look into Where do I put It (2019). In human civilization’s early history survival mainly depended on being physically and mentally able to hunt or gather. To earn food and shelter you had to be part of a community and physically able to contribute to the actual acquiring of the food and the … More The Survivalist Appearance
An overly long, and probably unnecessary, deeper look into the inspiration behind my newest art work, Weather Peace. This piece was an attempt at self- acceptance. I could say something like, “I was diagnosed with hereditary chronic depression three years ago and since then have received continual treatment”. But that doesn’t sound true at all. … More Tiny Bites
Homage to Failure is a shrine built in honor of all my past failings. It is all my past artwork that I have kept collaged into a sphinx like creature. The Sphinx was a story about a creature with a head of a woman, body of a lion, and wings of an eagle that went … More Originals: Homage to Failure