n a surreal language, my work addresses our human interactions through life’s procession in time. I use lines and space metaphorically to illustrate the vivaciousness and monotony of our interactions. I record their erratic and lucid moments.
My objective is to make the viewer both spectator as well as an element in a complex synthesis of the my pictorial metaphor and the organic flow of the viewer’s own kinetic space. I work primarily with watercolor and pastel on paper in a large format. I also create installations, take documentary photographs and make jewelry.