My recent works explore a variety of approaches using the theme of transitions, or liminality. Liminality, can be described as the in-between spaces and times found within the natural world, and within our inner landscapes that invite us to pause, and be transformed.
I interpret transitions in literal, symbolic, and metaphorical ways through collage, painting, photography, drawing, mixed media, visual journaling and fabric design. Through these media and processes, I explore concepts related to liminality, such as, lost/found, openings/closure, disconnect/connect, tear/re-pair, beginnings/endings, and dark/light.
An aesthetic of wabi-sabi, characterized by irregularity and imperfection, are integrated into the gestures of line, shape, and marks in support of these concepts.