These pieces depict the strength of iron contrasted with the fluidity of paint. They signify the need during these times for flexibility and agility, sometimes being strong, and other times going with the flow.
The iron pieces are made using rust marks from rebar rods on natural cotton canvas. Developed in layers, the rebar is used to build an intricate web of interlaced lines creating texture and depth.
The fluid paintings are created by pouring paint over scrunched up canvas in rich layers of color. The patterns in the finished pieces resemble objects found in nature, such as animals, insects and plants.