Artist Statement My art work is the account of a spatial thinker. Since I own the ability to rearrange things to reveal multiple perspectives, I get much gratification from play. Play on words, play on ideas, play on opposites, play on fashion and play on shapes. Just like children’s blocks, we can take the same quantity and position them differently. We can take the same amount of clay and mold it in a new way. We can take two colors to create a third. The goal is for deeper comprehension and understanding or to simply step outside of ourselves.
That is something that children do very well, so it is my goal to be like a child on every piece that I paint. They have the combination of faith and imagination. The lack of play is the presence of subjective thinking. As an open-minded individual, I have learned to look beyond the obvious, and I have ability to formulate question when necessary. When others lack the ability to see in color, they close themselves from sheer possibility and growth like a flower without the light of day.