My work is autobiographical. I have an interest in life experience and how it shapes perspective. In the context of a feminine lens, life intersects with my art. My social practice pieces, objects, and installations encompass memory, identity, and narrative. The concepts and processes I use transform everyday ideas and thoughts into discourse-producing artworks.
In my work, context is everything. Relationships are explored, changed, and reformed. In this Post-Feminist world, many themes of women's roles in society abound. My multi-media pieces and performances illustrate past, present, and future feminine experiences.
More recently, I have begun to explore community based artwork. Teaching classes and creating murals and coloring pages for people of all ages has added so much to my process. Watching the interaction and interpretation of my work by many, many people illustrates the infinite possibilities in art-making.