This 36x24" acrylic on canvas started as an abstract experimentation and slowly developed into a surrealistic little village towered by a solitary, tall tree.
This 36x24" oil on canvas was based on a sketch I drew of my neighbor's tree. This painting captures my love for the moon, unique trees, and my inclination to include surrealistic elements in the composition.
This 48x36x1" acrylic on canvas was inspired by my experience of motherhood.
This 24x18" acrylic on canvas was inspired by an old sketch of two pine trees, which together become a latter leading up to the moon, that I drew during my teen years (Private Collection).
This 24x18" acrylic on canvas reflects my love for unique trees, such as this cork tree, and for creating art based from the real world but vividly transformed by my infatuation for soothing colors like purples, greens, and blues. This piece received an Honorable Mention at STATE OF BEING, the RSI Bank's 3rd Annual Artists Contest in Rahway, N.J in 2014.
This 20x16" acrylic on canvas truly captures my fascination for the moon and nature at night. To paint this sky I spent many nights observing the electric blue sky so that I could recreate this particular color, which I love so much. (Private Collection)
This 20x16x1" acrylic on canvas captures my fascination for the African landscape.
This 24x30" acrylic on canvas was inspired by a dream I had of a solitary and contorted old pine tree.
This 24x18" acrylic on canvas was inspired by the my admiration for solitary trees which tend to dominate the landscape.