As an artist, my work is deeply rooted in my fascination with the human figure and the complexities of the human psyche. Through my use of graphite and painting, I strive to capture the essence of the human form, emphasizing its unique beauty and vulnerability. My work is not just a representation of physical form, but a reflection of the emotional and psychological landscape that lies within.
Through my art, I explore themes of identity, memory, trauma, and healing. I am drawn to the ways in which our experiences shape who we are and how we perceive the world around us. My work reflects the deep emotional and psychological processes that we all go through as human beings, and seeks to bring those processes to light.
In addition to my artwork, I am also the creator of Core, a zine that showcases the work of creators in the Kansas City area. Through Core, I hope to promote a sense of community among local artists and to inspire others to explore their own creativity. By shining a light on the work of others, I hope to create a space where all artists can feel seen, heard, and appreciated.
Overall, my work is a reflection of my passion for the human experience and the power of art to create connection and understanding. Whether through my drawings, paintings, or community-building efforts, I hope to contribute to a greater sense of empathy and compassion in the world around us.