My work is a combination of surreal, symbolic and graphic abstractions juxtaposed into original and unique autobiographical dialogues that capture both dreamscapes and reality. I call it “Pop Fusion.” The main impetus of my work is liberating one's mind, self, and society. I reach deep into all that is true in myself and my unconscious mind, whether it is an experience or a dream.
Truer than life to me is the exploration of examining religion, lesbianism, heritage, culture, sex, abuse and political life. I paint what I have seen or would like to see. I strive to enhance the things which appeal to me in each subject.
The therapeutic bond of the spiritual and physical manifested on paper is nothing short of miraculous.