Utilizing pattern and color to create abstract art that touches on both minimalism and maximalism, the You Be You, I’ll Be Me series is playful, exploratory, and fun. Combining my ink paintings on fabric with acrylic paints, I create abstract paintings that each have their own personality. This open-ended series started in 2019.
Taking inspiration from nature and everyday life, I use vibrant color and gestural movement to reinterpret their essence, creating vibrant abstract impasto paintings that the viewer enjoys getting lost in.
I’m amplifying the voices of thousands of survivors of sexual assault and harassment with simple and beautiful art. Quotes from survivors of sexual assault and harassment are on colorful squares of fabric and attached to a large panel that is 6’x4′. They flutter out as the viewer walks by. These are just a few selections. You can view more squares and more panels.
The Boundaries Series was started in 2017 as a part of the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab, which I was selected to participate in. The theme was Inside/Outside, and it explored the concept of belonging and otherness. The first 6 pieces in this series were shown as a part of the Lab. Ink and watercolor on paper. Shop the Boundaries collection.
Drawings and paintings on discarded aged book pages. Ink, marker, acrylic, watercolor, and paper on old book pages. Shop the Exploration collection.
The Botanica collection combines small patterns, saturated colors, and black outlines to create a stained-glass like effect with a lot of detail. Circles, stripes, and dots fill up every piece of these leaves, flowers, and abstract forms. Pen and marker on paper. Shop the Botanica collection.