“As an artist I like to be challenged and to push myself. I do not feel satisfied if I simply create something that looks nice. I am always creating problems to solve such as controlling the way ink spread on a printing plate, or incorporating new colors into my palette. I want my art to be meaningful not merely aesthetically pleasing.
When I create art I like to work in themes and series. My artwork is almost exclusively centered around womanhood and the home. Man’s perspective has dominated visual arts throughout history. I experience art from a woman’s vantage point, however and that is reflected in the way I express myself. I like to explore the struggles and roles of women in today’s society. I am also fascinated by small details and interesting objects that represent womanhood.”