Human Connection via Nature
In this two family portrait series, the artist connects the oneness of our human experiences through nature, pushes back on censorship and challenges social norms.
El Espíritu de la Gente
Acrylic on canvas, 18"x24" (2018). This painting features typical architecture found in the Highlandtown neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. Parrots, Central American pottery, and a Royal Poinciana tree are incorporated as a form of magical realism. The artist blends the beauty of two seemingly different worlds into a new reality.
Madison Avenue Arch
Acrylic on canvas, 20" x 16" (2018) Sold. Located in the third oldest established park in the United States, Druid Hill Park (comprised of land belonging to the Susquehannock people that was ceded to lord Baltimore in 1652) is a historic park in Baltimore City. This structure can be found to the south of the park at it's Madison entrance located in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood.
Oil on canvas (2018). This work is inspired by the iconic Patterson Park Pagoda. Designed in 1890, the Pagoda is a true Baltimore landmark.