My work is inspired by geometry and angular structure of contemporary architecture and design. I always consider the audience before I create a piece because I want to make it visually appealing, relevant and complementary to the space. My paintings and sculptures are minimalist, geometric abstractions and polygonal forms. I am currently using paper to explore three-dimensional geometric forms. Using the technique of folded paper and the principles of origami, I design angular and planar forms to create highlights and shadows that protrude and extend through the confines of the canvas to create a dynamic, three-dimensional viewing experience.
My sculptures investigate the concept of time and space through the visual landscape of different facets and flat planes that when viewed together, produce a striking dimensionality. These pieces are meant to blur the distinction between time as a linear series of events and time as a cyclical moment happening continually. As I continue to make art, I will explore these concepts further and produce thought-provoking and arresting artworks that people may find interesting and beautiful.