Art is alive and it is in almost everything we see. My paintings showcase organic forms with a push and pull effect, which make up the compositions in each of them. These forms emphasize the intriguing privacy in nature and represent reformation on an internal and psychological level. The abstraction speaks to the ways challenging experiences reshape our minds and thinking paths. Life can often feel like utter chaos, but in the chaos, something is trying to materialize and take a new shape. Just as experiences force us to adapt and change, so do these organic structures as the series progresses. It’s all about perception and what the viewer chooses to see. Nature drives my subject matter, but the ambiguity of human nature in conjunction with physiology influences my work as a whole.