Current Work

Unnatural Disaster
Unnatural Disaster

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 40" x 16" Sold

Transformation
Transformation

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 30" x 24" $900

Upheaval
Upheaval

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 48" x 36" $1800

Intersection
Intersection

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 30" x 24" $700

Tempest
Tempest

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 48" x 36" $1300

Cornerstone
Cornerstone

Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 30" x 24" Sold

Upheaval w-fireplace.jpg
Upheaval w-fireplace.jpg
Tempest w-fireplace.jpg
Tempest w-fireplace.jpg

Works in Progress

Untitled
Untitled

Work in Progress Acrylic and Paper on Canvas 60" x 36"

Jericho
Jericho

Acrylic, Metal, Paper, and String on Canvas Work in Progress Triptych "120" x 30" (40" x 30" x 3

Jericho
Jericho

Acrylic, Metal, Paper, and String on Canvas Work in Progress Triptych "120" x 30" (40" x 30" x 3)

Jericho w-couch.jpg
Jericho w-couch.jpg

My current work embodies my intimate and sometimes troublesome relationship with the city.  Over the last few years, I have witnessed many urban communities withstand amazing, but sometimes disturbing, transformations.  My latest paintings specifically reflect this ceaseless trend. The city in which I reside, Washington DC, exists in a state of flux as new construction reshapes the horizon.  Urban development is a mixed blessing.  On one hand, investment creates commerce and revitalizes neglected neighborhoods. However, when development spins out of control, gentrification and displacement processes takeover, often eroding the existing cultural landscape.  This is the paradox that I attempt to convey in my work.