The Roller Skater 3 feet by 3 feet with 6 inch panels
Pont Saint-Louis Performer 3 feet by 4 feet plus 6 inch panel
Bathing Voyeurism Triptych- each 18 inches by 24 inches
A bathroom is a private place. This is a tryptic that involves a visual conversation with cultural ideas of privacy in Western society.
Raised in the 90's 3 feet by 4 feet
Raised in 90's, I experienced the rage of Furbies, Tomagachis, and Beanie Babies. It was a colorful epoch in my life. Eventually all of those toys got stuffed into a giant clear plastic trash bag and shoved in the closet. This painting symbolizes the end of my childhood as I finish my last year of college and enter into the real world. My brother and I are depicted still clutching to the childhood toys as an eerie and mysterious shadow looms over us in the background.
Anonymous 3 feet by 4 feet
Homelessness is frequently neglected in many societies. These human beings are culturally objectified. They become anonymous souls with forgotten individuality. This painting may not reveal the woman's face, yet the objects she carries tell a story about who she is. Her individual objects battle her anonymity.
The Three Sirens 1.5 feet by 2.5 feet
Statement on contemporary clothing and cultural and societal gaze.