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Bēhance

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I am fascinated by the physical body and the vulnerability and endurance of the soul that it carries. My figures may blatantly express their emotions outwardly or instead with subtle cues reflecting a more internal narrative.

I choose to depict subjects that reflect ambiguity regarding context, time, place, and … Read More
I am fascinated by the physical body and the vulnerability and endurance of the soul that it carries. My figures may blatantly express their emotions outwardly or instead with subtle cues reflecting a more internal narrative.

I choose to depict subjects that reflect ambiguity regarding context, time, place, and identity. There is no one way to look at my work nor is there only one story told, but instead, I like for you to see an aspect of yourself in my work.

Preferred Mediums: Acrylic, Oil, Charcoal, Ink
Preferred Materials: Wood, Cardboard, Paper Read Less
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My painting "War Paint" was the first painting that I video-taped while I worked on it. The progression starting from a blank canvas to a completed piece, which took several hours, can be seen in a matter of minutes.

Originally done as an experiment, I began to do it for my other paintings and found that the e… Read More
My painting "War Paint" was the first painting that I video-taped while I worked on it. The progression starting from a blank canvas to a completed piece, which took several hours, can be seen in a matter of minutes.

Originally done as an experiment, I began to do it for my other paintings and found that the evolution of my paintings from start to finish had as much impact as the piece itself. Read Less
Member Since: Jul 10, 2012