I am a maker. By day I make visual designs on screen and by night I make abstract paintings on canvas. When I am not creating I am usually hanging out with my energetic dog, cooking a new recipe, or exploring a new part of the city.
Originally a central Pennsylvania girl who has also lived in Maryland, Georgia and Chicago, I currently reside in the Philadelphia area.
My art, initially abstract in appearance, records a journey of a day in
the life—a practice that starts with documentation through the lens of a camera. My eyes act as a viewfinder narrowing down the panoramic into single frames. Compiled snapshots represent blocks of time during my process of seeing and recording aesthetic significance in ordinary routine. I see curious formal elements in common things waiting to be manipulated and transformed into abstract compositions.
I collage together the single framed images, simplify and render them in paint to create the lines, shapes, and hues that fill the canvas. Abstracted layers build shallow spaces that depict my translation of the everyday. My work shows my analysis of time and space interpreted by looking through a lens at my immediate environment.