"Love Lessons "
Growing up, I always wanted to be like the women I saw on the movie screen. I admired the strong independent outdoorsy woman. I reveled in the sexy self-assured mysteriously elegant goddess. I sided with the dark... >
Television Paintings represent the television as a framing device for familiar two-dimensional images. A vocabulary of icons and scenarios in the painting are reflective of the bombardment of multiple and eclectic combinations.... >
These "envelopes" thrive on the art of storytelling, which merges fictional and non-fictional worlds via the inspirational influences of Mexican novellas (soap operas), cinema, and storyboards. >
"Wedding Fashions" is a series that parallels personal divergent obsessions with fashion, relationships and mortality. (In other words, shopping, romance and aging), These paintings form a subset of a larger body of work.... >