Can abstraction respond to personal and collective loss and provide a platform for healing? Can it be a stage to grieve, pray, re-interpret, regenerate and transcend? My work examines loss – loss of innocence, loss of memory, clarity, function, perspective, loss of life – in response to trauma, depression, sickness and chronic pain, abuse, isolation, addiction and shame. This is a process of surrendering that allows the sacred and sordid to thrive in the same cage, ultimately replaying the loop of vulnerability and hope.




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