Influenced by political and social instability, I have been moved and inspired to illustrate vulnerability, questions of self-worth and expectations.
My mixed media paintings portray the fragility of human connections. Artworks created in the past year depict the subjugation of women and people of color. The artworks I create are a part of my journey and the injustices I witness. I am grateful to explore this creative path.
As a collector of ephemera, objects with personal context are included in some of my paintings. Images I photographed of doors, windows and locks reflect the complex open and closed emotions in relationships.
The collages of Romare Bearden and Deborah Roberts are a source of inspiration to me.
I studied art at the State University of New Paltz, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education. Raised in Hartsdale, New York, I lived in NYC for 20 years prior to raising my family in Richmond, Virginia.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2019-2020
The Highpoint Gallery, "What We May Be", Feb-April 2020, Richmond,VA
The Well Art Gallery, "Black History Now", February 2020, Group Show, Richmond, VA
Art Design Style, Nov. 2019, Richmond, VA
Mobelux, Art Design Style, Sept.2019, Richmond, VA
Weinstein JCC ,"To Call You My Own", "Walking Man", June 2019 Richmond, VA
Radius 250, Juror Eric Walton, Artspace, 2019 , "Eyes Wide and Deep"– Richmond, VA
Gallery Edit, "Waiting" 2019: Group show 2019, "Longing" and "Unrequited Love"