My works act as gates into a surreal realm which tackles questions of reality, spirituality, and dreams. Painting is my tool to learn the unconscious phenomena, to understand the backbone of our thoughts, feelings, and imagination. Focusing mostly on landscape, I romanticize nature through my own abstract lens, which reflects the spiritual frequencies and auras that I envision in nature. My fractal abstractions mimic patterns that are found in our universe, whether it is a cosmic nebula or the nerve system in our brain, the brushstrokes mirror the chaotic structures from our every day lives, which our brains are already very familiar with. Drawing inspiration from art history and ancient cultures, philosophy, psychology, and my love for nature, painting allows me to transfer my highest interests on a canvas. To me, nature and its forces can reflect our states of mind and can metaphorically explain how we feel. By using a colorful palette I force the colors to trigger a chain of thoughts or remind my audience of emotions that are bound in their conscious. To me, an emotional state can never be 100% pure; hence why my works depict a variety of colors.
2014-2018 Boston University. BA in Art History. Boston, MA
2009-2014 Aiglon College. IB and GCSE art. Switzerland
2017 International Group Show, Colorida Art. Lisbon, Portugal
2017 Familiar Patterns. Matter and Light Fine Art. Boston, MA
2017 Utopia & Dystopia. Polykhroma Collective. Somervile, MA
2017 Familiar Patterns. Matter and Light. Boston, MA
2017 Studio residency, Amar Gallery, London UK