This is a series of 15 paintings inspired by the natural world.
In 2010 I graduated from the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor's in Fine Arts. After college, my journey brought me down many paths and in 2014 one of those paths led me to an opportunity I never imagined was possible. I began to work with the living legend, George Dunbar. Since then, I have been adding to my toolbox of knowledge - learning new materials, techniques, and processes - adopting and adapting them to become my own.
Texture is the heart and soul of my current body of work. Textural characteristics can be found among the gilded structural elements of wood, string, and other collected objects. My artwork can be found in private collections and has been featured in numerous juried shows - including the 2018 Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s “Louisiana Contemporary” show where only 25 artists were selected from the entire state.
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