Coming in Spring 2022, this intimate collection of small works is inspired by my adventures in Charleston, SC, where architectural pastels and beachy warmth inspired my brushes. Whether city or beach, I found inspiration around every corner of my walks, and I wanted the joy and gratitude of change and rest to come through in my paintings. However, in many of these works, I was particularly drawn towards the contrasting, deep shadows - just as the shady past of this city was always on my mind, it was important to reflect that aspect in my renderings of its beauty as well.
This upcoming collection is inspired by the changing and shifting as the world fluctuates amidst the ongoing pandemic. Many during this time have found solace and adventure in the growing of potted friends, while being, simply put, potted themselves. As early summer bloomed around us, the transition period began as the world got bigger again - it was exciting, but uncomfortable. We had grown used to our crowded pots, and our roots had room to grow again. Within just a few short months, the oscillating of regulations began again, and the spectrum of emotions has grown, as we are repotted again.
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The organized mind might be able to work in a linear fashion at times, but the artist's mind never stops. Inspiration never turns off, and my hands create pieces separate from collections and commissions. Together they have no rhyme or reason, but they are beautiful, original, stand-alone, and in need of adoring homes.