"I truly believe the human soul is at its most vibrant when it is in communion with nature, but we as a species have gone astray... we need to tune back into the rhythms of the earth and remember that we are part of a much greater whole."
“I had to ask myself sincerely Who am I... The answer came through a sankalpa meditation: “I am Light.” it felt like a call to action, to use my art to bring light to a darkening world.“
"My installations, ethereal as they may be, are there to hold space for the people and functions that occupy them."
"People felt drawn into them and could contemplate them for hours. It was amazing to see these paintings that came out of my own meditation became the object of meditation for others!"
"They surround and embrace, and invite you to take part, to live in relationship with them, and to enjoy your own personal experience of them. In a sense, they are placeholders for the whispering ways of nature that are omnipresent, stunningly beautiful, but also background."
"Every week I would choose a crystal and contemplate its color in my third eye. I came out of these mediations feeling grounded, inspired, and with a strong desire to paint what I had just seen."
"Paintings and installations activate different parts of my brain and the flow back and forth between the two is balancing."
"Try to zoom out. I find it fascinating that at the most micro level of molecular biology, everything is in chaos. But as you zoom out, things become more clear, and more peaceful."