Few people can say that they’re lucky enough to live their passion every single day. As a full-time contemporary abstract artist, I am one of those people – expressing my character through color and creativity from my art studio in Upstate New York. My work is collected internationally, and I’ve even had the honor of working for household names like Samsung – perhaps you’ve even seen my art light up your living room while your TV is in Art Mode! It was a privilege to make the Frame TV something people want to watch even when they’re not watching TV.
‘’I categorize my style as Abstract minimal and geometric. I am exploring the intersection between color and shape through Triangle layering and abstraction. The juxtaposition of colors & Triangle structure holds a huge anchor in my work. I always say that Triangle found me instead of the other way around, it wasn’t a conscious decision to start using them as my main technique, the more i explore them the more comfortable I feel to use them in my work”
‘’I’ve always been fascinated by art, in particular, the concepts of feminism, abstract geometry, and modern takes on nature’s landscapes. Art is a universal language everyone can understand, even if they don’t share the same native tongue. Dig deep, and you can see at a glance whether a painting expresses love, anger, conflict, sorrow, joy...it’s all there between the lines and layers of color and texture.’’
‘’I start each work using acrylic paints to cover the canvas, From there I begin building, layer upon layer. I use a wide range of mediums and techniques, from acrylic paints, Brushes, cloth, fingers, Tape, sandpaper, paper pieces anything unfortunate enough to be within reach to create sweeping marks across the piece. I paint like this in bursts then I stand back and think before adhering anything to the canvas again, then hold a big breath and dive back in to get into smaller details, striving for a perfect sense of balance and movement.’’