I love finding the extraordinary in the mundane. Beyond the purpose of aesthetics, color and composition play a key role in interrupting the monotony I encounter in my everyday life and transforming its normalcy to a kind of sublime beauty. For that reason, I enjoy ambiguity within my paintings that allude to both worlds of the real and imaginative achieved by means of color application and suggestive marks. Nameable objects constantly refrain from being easily found, and the paintings often depict scenes that are on the cusp of reality and imagination. Currently I’m composing my images through fragments of a body as a way to represent an entire figure or even to suggest human presence.