Transcendent Blues: Journeys of Self-Discovery
I have always been drawn to exploring themes of light, water, and negative space in my paintings. Little did I know that these works would take on a new meaning and significance during the pandemic.
In a world where chaos and uncertainty reigns, my paintings offer a sense of peace and tranquility. They remind us of the power of nature and the importance of connecting with our emotions. They represent a journey of self-discovery and finding the light within.
I aims to convey the power and beauty of water, as well as the connection we must bridge on our path to wholeness. Water represents the depths of our emotions and our capacity for transformation. The contrasting elements of colors and 24 karat gold represent the emotions and experiences that shape us.
At the center of my work is the theme of discovering the light within us. The negative white space in my paintings represents our innate goodness, our capacity for love and compassion, and our ability to transcend difficult situations.
To honor the idea that imperfections can be sources of strength and beauty, I incorporate genuine 24 karat gold into my paintings. This is a nod to the Japanese tradition of Kintsugi, the art of repairing broken ceramics with gold. It is a reminder of the beauty and resilience of the human spirit.
Now, my paintings are sold as limited edition prints made with archival inks and fine art paper to ensure their longevity and maintain their beauty and vibrancy for generations to come. I am grateful to share these works with collectors and art lovers around the world, and I hope that they continue to inspire and uplift for years to come.