As a collage artist, my work is a vibrant tapestry that weaves together colors, vintage subjects, and humorous social commentary. I believe that the juxtaposition of unlikely elements can reveal profound truths.
My creative process begins with a treasure hunt through antique shops, thrift stores, and forgotten corners of the past. I carefully select images, textures, and colors that resonate with me and carry a sense of nostalgia. These elements become the raw materials for my collages.
Through my art, I explore the complexities of gender, identity, and societal norms, often focusing on the experiences of women. I use visual storytelling to challenge stereotypes and provoke reflection on the roles we assign to individuals based on their gender.
Drawing from my background in storytelling and advertising, I employ surrealism as the primary vehicle for my creations. My approach to addressing social taboos involves infusing humor or striking beauty, and I revel in creating work that resonates with a loud, provocative energy.
Whether it's kayaking amidst the clouds or a Japanese monster overtaking a cityscape, I find enjoyment in the unexpected harmony that collages can bring to life.