The abstract world of objects and shapes, where elements of precision are at play engages my curiosity. What’s frustrating is the lack of depth and three-dimensionality in a two-dimensional plane. This visual interpretation led me to study Fine Art and Industrial Design. Combining these two disciplines led me to create my own style of art: Geo-Mechanical Abstract Art. With technology becoming more evident in our society, my art bridges the gap between art and its technical narrative. It is a playful/energetic combination of geometric shapes and influences of mechanical drawing.
When I create a work of art that involves the human experience, an idea will come to me that will guide me in how I will create it. Sometimes it involves what is happening at that moment in time, or it may be a concept. Either way the paper, along with my spirit, will guide me in its creation. My art does not reflect necessarily male or female but a human aspect of all of us.