I am drawn to texture and tiny details in the objects that I encounter daily. There is a fundamental beauty in the small things that are often overlooked and taken for granted in our environment. I feel like the things most often acknowledged are often not as beautiful as those unseen.
My goal is to make the unseen, seen. This includes tiny intricate details within textures and shadows, but also goes deeper, into microscopic levels. I take inspiration from the lines and shadows that surround us, as well as the textures and forms of the microscopic. Through massing everyday objects, I will create an alternate landscape where the microscopic becomes macroscopic. The viewer will be able to submerse themselves visually in the space while bright, lively colors add to the bizarre manufactured environment, establishing curiosity in the viewer and drawing them closer to investigate the small intricate details.