I have been interested in the arts for as long as I can remember. There is an innate desire within me, pushing me to constantly be creating, in whatever capacity I can.
I received my BA in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2018. I have since relocated back to my home roots in northeastern Massachusetts.
Originally majoring in Art Education, I have always had a passion for sharing my love of art, but ultimately realized that working in a traditional school environment was not my dream. With a love of history, research, and writing I decided to pursue a degree in Art History. This combination of fields has helped shape not only my understanding of a range of materials and styles, but has also allowed me to better understand the history of the arts and the importance of context in understanding artistic intention.
In my earlier years, portraits dominated much of my oeuvre, but I have since expanded my breadth of subject matter. I depict the inanimate in landscapes, buildings, and machines, but I have a penchant for living subjects. Much of my work draws inspiration from life on earth: plants, animals, and people.
I have a never-ending urge to investigate & explore ; I intend to leave no creative stone unturned
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