Too Much, Too Much
she/her/hers and or they/them/theirs
My paintings are visual epitaphs of complex emotions and visceral experiences that I express via artistic improvisation or “action painting”. The finished works being the tangible residue of unchoreographed, private, solo performances. I am often conflicted between the desire to simultaneously allow my identity to define my work—while keeping intact the purpose of engaging in art to create an escape from the ugliness of a sexist, homophobic, racist, and ableist society. It is my greatest hope that my work will cause feelings of elated homecoming and solidarity for some; while opening the door to greater empathy for others.