My studio practice focuses on transforming my daily life experiences into visual form.
I work to capture the process of transformation itself—I want not only to make images, but also to use a canvas as a space to think through the possible relationships between art and experience.
Colors are the initial marks on my canvas. I try to find light within these colors, which becomes the main character for me to visualize an unknown yet familiar event of the painting. Images of landscapes, plants, animals, and humans are products of discovery within my painting process. I relinquish control over any specific narrative and allow it to happen spontaneously, whenever images collide. The objective is not only to surprise viewers, but to surprise myself with these unexpected collisions.