I like art that can be understood by everyone, art that doesn't need a thousand words to be understood, or rather, to be felt.
When we look at a work of art, we are in front of ourselves, it reflects what we are, what we are not, what we like and what frightens us. The reaction of the audience is part of the work, because there is no work that doesn't long to be seen.
In my art I explore my place in the world as a woman, as a human being. I am interested in the body, the nude, the impermanent, love, the communion between the corporeal and the intangible, the ritual, the woman, the man, the unity behind duality, the infinite outside and inside us, the connection to the earth that sustains us. Many of these ideas have been explored and others are yet to be explored.
This is a work in progress in continuous movement. Thank you for being here.