"I create imagery of what stops me in my tracks. With Nature as a muse, my work explores patterns and colors that can be somewhat recognizable yet hover in a space between realism and abstraction. These works created during lockdown, became a grounding meditation on a theme allowing a way to move through the tensions of the new realities due to the pandemic."
“I drew as a child and never stopped. Art and music have found their way into every crevice of my life. I studied formally with a BFA in studio arts at Rosemont College, PA, USA. I maintain a studio with ChaShaMa.org in New Jersey and in the San Francisco Bay Area. I’ve taught art to people of all ages. I work as an illustrator and fine artist.
My work has been published in the NY TIMES and exhibited at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. I love to be in my studio and share my gift with the world.”
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist