Art is and has always been an important part of my life. For the last twenty years, creating art has been my way of reflecting on experiences, and a means of making sense of the various stages and cycles of life. My recent paintings explore the landscape of my thoughts and feelings- my innerscape.

          In many of these works, the figure and landscape blend together. Our identities are so intertwined with our environments and our communities, I often wonder- where can we draw lines? Where are our boundaries? My art reflects these questions with my choice of colors, brush strokes, and the subject itself. It shows all our innerscapes, from the highs of celebration and joy to the lows of death and depression.