Mixed-media collages, paintings, public art, and community engagement projects.
Works created at The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF) at The Martin and Lorraine Kaminsky live-work residency program at Mana Wynwood in Miami Florida. These pieces include photograph transfers of Miami buildings, crowds and flora in the background.
Abstract elements in dense arrangements, everyday objects, diagrammatic sources, and sewing patterns, resulting in large compositions that serve as metaphors for complex routines, human interaction ,and rituals for daily living
Work in progress based on our routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously.
Works that employ mechanical renderings, architectural drawings,maps, and different types of instructional materials in reference on how they influence our environments and behavior.
Mixing and altering these photographs is in part to create an aesthetic experience that contemplates life and define ones' meaning, leaving aside stereotypes. I congregate and expose humans in ordinary scenes that translate the fragile essence of the human realm.