Relying on well-known images of man and women in the context of pop art, I, and artist, have pulled together elements from mainstream aesthetics, both past and present, to address transpersonal relationships we have to select images. By juxtaposing the sense of identity with text from newspapers and textiles that speak of the social cultural of various decades and cultures, these paintings attempt to make sense of the world encompassing a wider aspect of humankind and the psyche.
My figure paintings explore ideas of fashion, feminism, human desire for love and beauty. It is my goal to present women not within an objectified framework but women that constitute a dominant key symbol within a wider cultural context.
All painting are acrylic, resin and mixed media on birch panel.