My public art is a direct extension of my studio work, exploring many of the same themes and imagery. I often depict the natural landscapes that surround urban communities, so close but hidden from view in daily life, a reminder of the interdependence between rural and urban spaces. In addition to bridging this divide, my work strives to explore personal narratives of wonder transformed into an act of communal imagination. Each piece is a prompt for viewers to tell themselves a new and unique story about the place they call home.
I believe murals are a powerful way to connect people and communities with both their built and natural environments.