As an artist, my work is grounded in my personal point-of-view, which
often challenges countervailing notions and societal norms. Through
the use of sardonic humor, primitive forms, vivid colors, and cultural
iconography, I strive to encourage the viewer's inquiry and foster a
dialogue about the complexities of our world.
The use of primitive forms in my work is a deliberate choice, meant to
evoke a sense of timelessness and universality. I believe that by
tapping into our shared human experiences, we can better understand
each other and create a more empathetic and just society.