I describe these works as "internal landscapes." They are manifestations of my hopes, my fears and anxieties, and my need to make sense of the world through mark-making and erasure. Drawing for me is a bit like performing a dance and in many ways, it is about navigating through life. Something is created only to be erased but the presence of its existence is eternal and felt. I take refuge in the scarring of the surface and in the absences of the spaces in between. What is reality and what is only an echo of what has been or a foreshadowing of what will come? These pieces allow me to meditate on my philosophical meanderings while constructing alternate realities.  

Stable Ground
Stable Ground

2017 Charcoal and chalk on Mylar 47 x 61 cm

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When it's broken
When it's broken

2017 Charcoal on Mylar 28 x 36 cm

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Approaching Light
Approaching Light

2017 Powdered charcoal on Mylar 33 x 36 cm

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Bleeding Heart
Bleeding Heart

2017 Chalk Pastel on Mylar 41 x 46 cm

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Bad in Each Other
Bad in Each Other

2018 Charcoal and pastel on Mylar 70 x 95 cm

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Falling
Falling

Charcoal on Mylar 2015 56 x 76 cm

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Beautiful Disaster
Beautiful Disaster

2017 Chalk pastel on paper 47 x 61 cm

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Becoming an Island
Becoming an Island

2017 Charcoal on Mylar (framed with antique bubble glass) 20 x 30 cm

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Wisp
Wisp

2018 Chalk pastel on paper 42 x 46 cm

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