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Starting my artistic journey in early 2021, the desire to create art was fuelled by the void that the pandemic had left in my day to day life. It soon propelled me to explore painting as a contemplative and creative outlet and a means of finding something fulfilling, joyful and healing to focus on.


I paint in my home studio and approach art in a reflective and meditative state while drawing inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings of the Lower Mainland. 


I’ve been lucky enough to have participated in a collection of exhibits and to have received ongoing commissions, which has allowed me to continue to grow and evolve as an artist.



My work explores the dialogue between colour, movement, brush strokes, and emotional responses, memories, and lived experiences. 


Focusing on high flowing, layered abstract washes of colour and mark making, I interact with the canvas in a meditative and reflective personal state to translate my inner thoughts and reflections onto canvas, which often lean towards creating a sense of calm within the overall themes of each piece as I am continually seeking out that calm in various life circumstances. The choice of placement, colours, details, and scale are intuitive conversations I have with the canvas as I move between actively adding marks and swaths of colour and slowly pausing to reflect on my own feelings, emotions, and thoughts in between. 


I am also continually inspired by the natural beauty of the geography in British Columbia, Canada. The movement and reflection of water is often in the forefront or background of my work as I am constantly moved by the fluidity and ever changing yet calming qualities of water that are so prevalent in my surroundings. 

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