Life is suffering and everyone is in pain.
You. Me. Your friends. Even the person you think has the perfect life. Especially that person.
If you have ever been abused or neglected, humiliated or abandoned, endured a loss or been smothered in guilt, know that you are not alone. Finding relief from suffering is what drives my art. I primarily work with broken and rejected materials, uncovering the intrinsic beauty within the discarded. It’s an ongoing journey of self-discovery; sometimes uncomfortable, sometimes euphoric, but always enlightening. I am drawn to abstract art because I believe it’s a mirror for your subconscious mind, reflecting the viewer’s greatest hopes and darkest fears; revealing the true source of suffering, if you choose to see it.
Everyone suffers. Everyone is in pain. But it’s your pain and suffering that make you strong.