As an outsider artist, my work combines unconventional ideas and vibrant colors for unique visual representations. In my body of illustrations I use a variety of media with a focus on ink and ranges to pencil, etc.
Each piece is composed with typically three elements in mind: natural elements (such as clouds, water, trees, etc.), fish or marine life and shapes or food elements.
Real life imagery influences my artistic concepts.
My compositions take a twist into the abstract with inspirations often coming from Asian culture and street art.
Illustrations are brought to life using two dimensional layering and careful attention to line detail.
Each piece I create brings a visual snapshot into my peculiar world, playfully dabbling in whimsy, using overlapping techniques to juxtaposition the key elements of my abstractions.
As I reach out to the masses, tidbits of me can be seen by the gentle or sometimes outspoken placement of abyssal characters in my artworks (Fishes fascinate me); as well as the caress of Asian art’s influence. “