Cyborg Painting, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches

Uncategorized April 6, 2015


2012 – 2018 Works Available



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Fragmented Ontology (2): Sci-fi Cupcake. deconstructing identity through visual representations of figures in rooms that might sometimes stand in for objects or robots. Feeling fragmented is what every twenty-something goes through, yet this feeling is also abetted by a general sense of joblessness most American millennials face today.
Oil on canvas with marbled nail polish, 11 x 13 inches, Reference.






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The Haunting, oil on canvas with marbled nail polish, 21 x 25 inches








This Robot will Save Humanity from Itself, oil on canvas, 26 x 26 inches








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I was worried about my brother, oil on canvas, 9 x 12 inches









Couple Underground, from Fragmented Ontologies series, oil on canvas, 53 x 68 inches








A Portrait of Me as a Cyborg Laughing at the Art World, oil on canvas with marbled nail polish, 21 x 25 inches

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This is a study of a candle and candle wick, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches






I am a fine arts painter from Los Angeles. I might be considered a "painter's painter," yet I disavow the hierarchy of art making in which this terminology is normalized and reinforced by the conceptual marketplace and pluralistic discourses. I've come to realize that there are no problems in "painting as a discourse," per se; there are problems in the verbalizing pursuit to deconstruct and understand it through art institutional pedagogy.

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