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In childhood, there are no limits to the imagination. Drawing all over the walls, creating spaceships out of cardboard boxes, building full cities in the sandbox, painting on the dishwasher door, children take the simplest of objects and turn them into creations of joy. Growing up, I held tight to this notion. As I come across discarded objects that spark the idea “I could paint that”, I usually do. Crafting a piece with materials such as Bondo, glue, acrylics, and fabrics, I literally dive elbows deep in, soaking up the feeling of raw imagination. My work aims to trigger a humorous and whimsical reaction, consumed by color and mark making, displaying lines and madness straight from my mind. Simply existing to create an atmosphere of innocence, and the possibility of feeling young, curious, or alive, even if only for a moment.



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