As humans we learn and grow through observation and we discover early on that things in life are not always what they seem. In this piece, I sought to inspire the viewers to take a step closer in and to see what they might discover. There is beauty in curiosity.
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This illustration is part of a series of state floral bouquets inspired by my love of flowers. Missouri designated the White Hawthorn Blossom as the official state flower in 1923. The Hawthorn tree blooms it's pretty white flowers in spring. ...
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This art print is inspired by my travels and depicts the famous red torii gates of the Fushimi Inari-Taisha shrine in Kyoto, Japan. It is a print of an original painting where I used oil pastels to capture the color ...
Part of the Pure Collection, this series of work explores the fluidity and reflective light properties of the sand as captured by the ocean water. In this specific piece I imagine the water receding from the sand creating marked impressions. ...