Human contact is an essential pleasure. Without the touch of my kids, encouragement from my friends and family or the admiration of a casual stranger, I would lose a level of inspiration needed to create. Today, we text our thoughts, email our feelings or chat our emotions, limiting our human interaction.
These works of art are embedded in the present and call us to joyfully visualize the future. I began to heal my belief that souls could reconnect. I want my art to serve as the alarm that makes us recognize the real consequence of declining human interaction is the lack of love.
I draw my inspiration from my surroundings relying on the experiences in my daily life, my relationships with friends, family and accomplices.
I hope to create an awareness of our life in progress and the obligation to find its brilliance and truthfulness through all the anxiety and uncertainties that encircle us.