My work is an exploration of a continuous dream. Sometimes it is a feeling of being lost and searching for a path. Other times is it a return to childlike escape and freedom. In some ways all of my work is a self portrait. As I grow and find who I am and where I want to step next, my dream alters its shape and tone. My latest work is the Fog series. I had a dream that I was lost in the fog and was crawling around aimlessly only to realize that if I just stood up, I could see clearly. I wanted to illustrate that feeling of just missing what you are searching for and being blind to what is in front of you. If you relax, you will float the surface.
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