I am a mixed media artist from Atlanta, Georgia and formerly attended the Art Institute of Atlanta, the Atlanta College of Art, and Savannah College of Art & Design/Atlanta. I create large-scale assemblages of highly colorful, textural, hand painted “modules” (i.e. circles, cubes, spheres, etc). These components are typically painted on all visible sides, pushing these “wall hung sculptures” out from the wall and giving the work a 3-Dish quality. This element also allows the viewer to experience my works from different vantage points (e.g. from the left or the right side, or from the top or the bottom).
Aristotle once said: “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” With that sentiment in mind, I love creating hundreds of hand painted pieces which stand alone as objects d’art but ultimately come together to form large configurations that are impactful from a afar yet keep the viewer engaged from any distance or location. I strive to achieve a sense of playfulness with highly chromatic, contrasting color combinations, and whimsical and lively compositions.”