My goal in this series was to create movement and personality through the simple juxtaposition of shapes.
The Pandemic Digital Art Series represents how COVID disrupted and changed forever the way I look at life and future.
While visiting the Denver Art Museum I ran across Jordan Casteel’s engaging portrait work of black Americans from the streets of Harlem.
I explore a series of abstract paintings using minimal amorphic shapes. The goal was to be as minimal as possible and create unique compositions that have a sense of movement.
I had the opportunity to visit the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech, Morocco and ran across these bold love cards he made to welcome in the new year.
The ‘Black on White’ paintings by Campano inspired me to push my own design work to be more essential and minimal.
I started creating sketches and illustrations of California after returning from South America. I realized how unique the style and lifestyle was and it re-inspired me.
An engaging photo exhibit of iconic Argentinians in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Large scale prints are suspended in the main gallery allowing you to walk through each grouping.
In Arequipa, Peru a modern art installation by artist Kristie Arias takes the Inca ancient knot-record or quipo and turns it into a record of the ‘Soul in Thread’.
I spent nearly a year and a half years wandering, photographing and sketching the streets of Oaxaca Mexico. In that time I developed my own unique technique of combining the organic with the digital.