Making abstract art is how I express myself. I play with paint, markers, collage and tools such as spatulas and squeegees. I paint intuitively, responding to the marks I’ve already made. Playfulness, music and movement are key to creating work that is bold, energetic and passionate. In 2016, I entered the Adult Art Program at Central Technical High School. I continued to develop and show my art with the help of teachers who encourage exploration, like Suzanne Metz and Kim-Lee Kho.
In Toronto, I work out of Studio Gallery 106 at 100 Sunrise Ave. We do have a gallery there, but until COVID-19 restrictions end, there are limited opportunities for visits. I live in the Beach neighbourhood and can show you my work at my home.
In Muskoka, I am currently building a studio which I will open to the public. I am on Brackenrig Rd, near Highway 118, a few kilometers outside of Port Carling.