The mediums I used were acrylic on canvas and Gouache on paper, both mediums I can control the flow and density of the paint. I used photographs to inspire me, then added embellishments from my imagination, creating a colorful abstraction of the reality perceive.
I used loose brushstrokes to create abstracted colors that emphasizes the subject matter while applying layers to work toward as I continue to apply paint to achieve the desired outcome with the acrylic on canvas.
While painting with gouache I tried to replicate stained glass. Creating flow of colors that abruptly confined with black outlining to show the delicateness of the flowers.
I'm a Washington state native. I wanted to create a fantasy world I could live in, which sparked my passion in becoming an artist. In 2017, I moved to Southern California to focus on my education.
In 2021, I graduated with an AA in Art History and Studio Arts from Copper Mountain College in Joshua Tree California. Currently, I'm studying Art History and Global Studies at CSUSB.
I have a background in painting, metal fabrication, glass blowing, wood working, custom framing and ceramics. With my style and aesthetic, I want to bring the viewers into a world of colors and intensity.