Graffiti Gospel
Ink drawing,14x16", 2019
Based on exploration of the abandoned City Methodist Church in Gary, IN
Oil on Canvas, 3x5.5', 2022
Exploring what it means to be, or become, undressed through painting the action.
From being undressed as a swaddled child to learning to finally get your shirt over your head justttt right without tangling your arms, to getting undressed in moments of intimacy: we undress ourselves every day. 
Is undressing an act of weakness? An assertion of power? Or a moment of objectivity? How does becoming undressed change if it is of your own doing or somebody else's –– and can there also be power in that? Is there agency in removing one's clothes when alone, or only when in the presence of a partner? At what age does being undressed change? Does situationally take precedence to the moment's interpretation or does one's past experiences and associations?
Color Study based on Cezanne's 1894 Still Life with Apples and Freud's 1960 Pregnant Girl
 Oil on Canvas, 16x20", 2021
Woodcut on Paper, 22x30", 2022
Ink and wood stain screenprint on wood, 11x14", 2022
Charcaterie celebrates the phenomena of being in between adulthood and your teenage years. Dipping your toes into adulthood, this is the path found: cheap wine, cats, and cheese. 
CMYK screenprint on pearl iridescent plastic, 11x17", 2022
Made with Blood
Donated fast fashion clothing, safety pins, and red thread, 5x7.5", 2022
Made in response to the statistics that came out regarding fast fashion mogul SHEIN in October 2022, this wall hanging calls viewers to consider the human and ecological impact of the clothing they wear.

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