I first became attracted to abstract art while studying art history at the University of Washington. Taking the journey from prehistoric cave paintings through the Renaissance I felt the excitement and limitless possibilities of the abstract and saw it as a logical step in the evolution of art. I love how it engages and challenges the viewer and how each person has a different perception based on their own life experience. In this way the viewer actually completes the work. I approach each project with spontaneous and fearless creativity allowing myself to be completely open and vulnerable. I like to answer the question “What if.” Like... “What if I splash blue across this painting? or “What if I add some broken glass?” I allow my work to evolve organically, speaking to me, telling me exactly what it needs to capture that essence that is the underlining pulse of the spiritual and mystical that connects us all.