Tell us a little about yourself.
I’m an artist and interior designer based in Chicago. I studied art as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago and interior design at Harrington College of Design and hold a Master’s Degree in Painting from Governors State University. My art has been exhibited in several Chicago area venues, including group shows at The Chicago Children’s Museum and the Chicago Center for Green Technology and solo exhibitions at the Harold Washington Library and The Adler School for Professional Psychology. My art studio is in the Fine Arts Building on Michigan Avenue.
What kind of art do you create?
I make textured abstract art out of recycled materials like cardboard and paper. I enjoy exploring the complexity of color in my work. All of my artwork is made with non-toxic paints and adhesives.
How did you get started?
I became interested in abstract painting as an undergraduate and further developed my particular style of painting, which I call Post-Consumerism, in grad school.
How would you describe your artistic style?
My artistic style is improvisational, experimental, and vibrant.