As an artist, I like to be just as delighted, as someone who buys a piece of my work — which led me to the mediums of fluid acrylics and epoxy resin. Both mediums allow me the spontaneous and unpredictability I find appealing. Fluid acrylic painting is all about movement and unlike traditional painting, there are no brushes involved. Paint is mixed with a pouring medium to achieve a particular consistency, colors are layered and poured onto a canvas — which is then tilted, rotated, and manipulated with breath. No two outcomes are ever identical due to; the density of pigments used, the consistency in which they are mixed, the order in which the colors are layered, and the speed in which the pour is released.
In addition to canvases, I have a line of functional art, occupying the space between fine art and the everyday. Aesthetic objects that serves a utilitarian purpose. Perfect for a unique gift — or for your own home. Each piece is one of a kind and has been hand created using the mediums of fluid acrylics, epoxy resin, mica powders and alcohol inks. My work has been shown in a number of exhibitions and my functional art is sold at retail locally.