My hyper-feminine imagery and style are used to discuss our modern distaste for femininity, despite its allure. This a perfect dichotomy with modern cultures' obsession with beauty but contempt of feminine interests, impressions, and representations.
My practice is partly born from my aphantasia and astigmatism, quirks that leave me unable to visualize normally, something which lends itself well to my continuous iteration process.
I merge my experience as an outsider artist with my intersectional feminist and classical lens. I studied the classics, both in texts like Medea and in the art to give myself an understanding of what was created in the male gaze so I could truly paint my feminine subjects and femininity from an informed gaze. An art movement is never finished until every gaze is seen and every story is accounted for.
I prefer to engage the viewer in the intersection of poetic language, technology, and visual symbolism to discover the impact of my ideas on the viewer, emotionally challenging the viewer on their preconceived notions of what it means to be feminine.