Signal - After Hours
Acrylic on cradled birch panel, 8x24x2, 2021, $285
Color is a force. I use the design of my paintings to emphasize and explore the impact of color, in the context of geometric abstraction and minimalism. I have always been drawn to the interplay between seemingly unrelated colors and shapes. I often apply strong contrast to proportions to create visual tension in my pieces. The dynamic angles and broad, saturated color fields create energy that is experienced uniquely by each viewer.
I studied at Concordia University, Ann Arbor, Michigan; earning a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design.
Upon graduating, I gave in to practical thoughts about making it in the “real world” and made a pivot into accounting, followed by wealth management. After a couple decades passed, I made the decision to return to the entrepreneurial world of artists and creatives.
My current work is focused on geometric abstraction; the bold minimalism is a nod to my graphic design background, love of editing, and fascination with striking color combinations.