My work focuses on dissecting and rearranging forms derived from the architecture of San Francisco to create new perspectives on our environment.
The outcome can be whimsical and yet it offers a serious socio-political commentary on the changes to our urban landscape. My perception of reality, and how I interpret it, was shaped by the implications of the housing scandals of the last decade.
I am attempting to combine these observations to create a compilation of connective awareness.
In 2006, I began working with polymers submersed in ink, pencil markers, acrylic paint, and archival pigment. My use of these materials has become a prominent feature of these works.
I was fortunate to attend the School of the Visual Arts in New York City in the late 70ís with artists such as Keith Haring.