What moves and immobilizes our physical bodies intrigues me. In our times the human body is so sexualized, traumatized, and medicated. It seems challenging how we experience our physical bodies. To care for one's body is one thing, but to be caring in our everyday experiences is so complicated.
My work examines the ideas currently used to hoard, camouflage, lobotomize, and exploit us as persons. With paintings, I find portholes to create a language of colour, shapes, lines, and forms. My paintings done in mixed media are expressive abstractions and active critiques of our experiences within a physical body.