My works are made intentionally without clear meaning to them and it is up to the viewer to determine any meaning that may be there.

Artist Statement

I tend create pieces from a vague idea and let my hand and mind work together without restriction to make a finished piece of art. I do not put much thought into what the work could mean and instead let the ideas materialize organically and even then I prefer to keep them to myself so that other people can tell me what they believe the piece is about, in which I always reply with a "that is exactly it."

Artist Bio

Originally from a smallish town in the middle of nowhere, California, I now live in Norman and attend the University of Oklahoma pursuing a BFA in Studio Arts. While I enjoy creating art myself, I much prefer helping others to further their own skill, which is why I plan on getting my MFA and continuing on to teach art in some way or form.

Snow In Purgatory
Red
Snow In Purgatory
Red
How Many Does It Take?
How Many Does It Take?
In The Last Of The Light, The Lifeless Lead The Blind
In The Last Of The Light, The Lifeless Lead The Blind
The Birthing Of A Sacred Deer
The Birthing Of A Sacred Deer
After The Hunt
After The Hunt
The World Is An Egg
The World Is An Egg
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Orange
Was It All For Naught?
Orange
Was It All For Naught?
Kabuki
Kabuki

Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition

1720 N. Shartel Ave. Suite B

Oklahoma City, OK 73103

(405)879-2400

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