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  • Los Angeles, California
  • United States
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College / University
Parsons School Of Design, New York, NY
Program / Degree
Fine Art
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Painting, Printmaking
I am...
An artist and writer
About my artwork

I want my Art to touch the soul. Although we live in an age where art trends lean toward the politics of our time, I choose instead to reflect a timeless, soul-inspired reality. My personal inspiration as an Artist is sourced in all cultures and epochs with the evocation of spirit the desired aim.

The paintings employ mixed media on either high quality printing paper or canvas. Representational and abstract symbols stamped, drawn, or collaged, coexist with balanced design elements to create an overall visual harmony. Bold geometries suggest an archetypal language spoken in unseen dimensions.

To interpret the symbols, one must use cognitive powers based on intuition rather than analysis or logic. As art is considered to be subjective, so too is the capacity to translate a symbolic language such as that experienced in dreams. In other words, we innately understand its' meaning without having to be literal. The intention in this work is to suggest an expanded realm wherein our consciousness not only already dwells but also innately comprehends. Each painting can be experienced for both its' surface beauty as well as being a visual meditation reflecting larger, abstract realities.
Artists I like
Mimmo Palladino, Elizabeth Murray, , Charles Arnoldi, Hockney, Basquiat, Sonia Delauny, Jose Bedia, Squeak Carnwath, Matisse, Klimt.
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Asandra at Aqua Art Fair Miami 2009

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Intrepid Color

The dreary vacuum of New York led me to paint in mostly gray hues. These were mixed grays; alizarin crimson and pthalo green for instance. One might see this as hidden colors appearing as gray. Even Matisse, the greatest colorist of all, used gray magnificently to support a vibrant use of color.

When I moved to Florida, gray became absurd. It appeared flat and dull in the overbearing sunlight of the tropical skies. Suddenly, I was… Continue

Posted on March 9, 2008 at 16:30 — 6 Comments

The Passing of Elizabeth Murray

One of my favorite artists died recently at the very young age of 66 from lung cancer (NYTimes Article). I was shocked when I found out. It seemed too soon to lose her, and although I didn't know Elizabeth Murray personally, I cried for nearly a week. At the rational level, this doesn't make any sense. First of all, I am not particularly… Continue

Posted on December 25, 2007 at 19:06 — 3 Comments

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