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Creating Meaning Within Chaos

How do you make sense of the world, especially now in the midst of so much chaos? Painting allows me to slow down and decide how I want to experience my surroundings. I want to choose what is important and what it significant in my paintings..

I practice painting everyday. I like to use my phone to compose different views before I sketch one in thin oil paint directly onto my surface. From there, I explore shapes, colors, and textures to recreate my visual experience using the paint. 

 

My aim is to remain curious and open for as long as possible so I can experiment with different techniques and approaches to convey my ideas. Working this way brings a sense of freedom and adventure in the paintings which I hope you will enjoy. 

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Blue Study

Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

11 x 14 in.

$100

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Onion

Oil on Cradled Masonite Panel

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Mango

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Kabocha

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

SOLD

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Flower Study

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Color Study

Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

9 x 12 in.

$75

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Lemon Study

Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

12 x 12 in.

SOLD

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Opo Squash

Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

9 x 12 in.

$75

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Purple Study

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Dragon Fruit

Oil on Cradled Wood Panel

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Mango Breakfast

Oil on Cradled Canvas

8 x 8 in.

SOLD

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Pomegranate

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

$45

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Tomatoes

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

SOLD

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Garlic

Oil on Canvas Board

6 x 6 in.

$45