My work is an interpretation of the texture, color and movement of nature as experienced through my time living in Coastal New England and Southern California.
My goal is to help you see as much beauty in the world as I do, so everyone who comes in contact with my art feels just a little bit more alive - whether that's because of the vibrant, saturated colors, expressive movement, or because you can feel the emotion and energy embedded in my art.
My core values are beauty, creativity, freedom, joy and peace. It's important to me that my work is aligned to a greater good and I am making a difference in the world around me, so a percentage of my sales will always go towards charitable organizations that support causes that are most meaningful to me - the environment, animal welfare, advocating for brain injury survivors, and the rights of women, children, the LGBTQ+ community and other underrepresented groups (among other causes).
I work in a variety of mediums and my work is constantly evolving because I am a lifelong learner, but I always work to make my art practice and products as sustainable and environmentally/animal friendly as possible by keeping my studio free of animal products and being mindful of my processes and partners for printing and packaging my art.
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I seek out small moments of beauty that make me feel alive - The giddy feeling that comes from chasing a sunset or staring up at wispy clouds against a starry night sky; the glitter of raindrops on a delicate flower petal; colors changing with the seasons; the wonder of childhood and the complexity of getting to know myself.
I don't plan out my art, but approach it intuitively, immersing myself in the moment and the emotions I want to convey. When a paintbrush or camera is in my hand, I lose all track of time. Each offers me something different. When painting, I can't help but let the energy pour out of me. I apply layers of saturated acrylic paint, building up texture and allowing the painting to take on a life of its own. My camera helps me slow down and find a new perspective. It's taught me to always look for the light and find beauty in everything from the smallest details to the most majestic landscapes.
As seen in,..
- Click Magazine, Summer 2022. "Why It Works" by Sarah Wilkerson
- In Her Space Literary Magazine, Vol. 1, Issue 1 "Cake and Icing".
- Peabody Weekly News, Vol. 60, No. 72, May 2022
- "Chasing Magic: A Celebration of Women Nature Photographers", Women Capture Magic, 2021
-The Boston Sun, June 29, 2023 "Cows on Parade"
- Humana Obscura, Issue 7, Fall/Winter 2023