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I am energized by organic, biomorphic forms which appear to converge, connect or float in space. Compositionally, I emphasize shape, color, and pattern to create lyrical movement. My imagery bridges past and present using folk art-inspired imagery and contemporary design.
Colors and structures inherent to plants and animals, as well as architectural and folk art designs provide me with endless sources of inspiration. Elliptical shapes (eggs) are my visual refuge owing to their symmetrical/asymmetrical qualities and implicit connection to the idea of potential or renewal. With color, I am interested in bringing a saturated, full palette into my work to create energy. Outside of late spring, early summer, and autumn trees, my color use stems from the eye’s need to see chromatic balance – my answer to the Pacific Northwest’s desaturated, misty environment. Finally, pattern finds its way into my paintings through my fascination with ornamental European architecture, folk art motifs, lace and decorative stitching.
My work is the embodiment of what I like to imagine, look at and experience, whether it manifests itself in color, shape, or pattern. I aspire to translate these rich and whimsical qualities into my work.
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