I am concerned with the images of individuals who try to make
sense of their changing environment. I believe our face and
body perceive everything in our surrounding and create memory
under our skin. With every pose and gesture we reveal some
part of this memory.

The exposed curiosity, ambiguity, anxiety, insecurity and
exhaustion of the individual is the focus of my paintings. 
I tend to isolate the figure from its surrounding and let
the gesture of the body or the face indicate a certain
circumstance and moment in one’s life.


I work with thin layers of paint to achieve transparency,
fluidity and textural contrast. Although I like to make
use of the immediate and random effects of the medium
and the materials, I am very conscious with their
sensational implications.

                                  January 2013
Saratoga Springs, NY