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About

Statement

My non-traditional upbringing makes me question the innate and environmental influences that compose the individual. The landscapes I paint are artificial and fantastical, intended to seduce.

Press Release

I spent the seven years of my life in Utah constructing robots and lighthouses from a box of junk I received one early childhood Christmas. At age seven I was sent to school in Mexico, where I was taught manners by an aunt whose Belgian and Spanish parentage made her a misfit in Mexican society. At age eight I lived aboard a sailboat, sailing the Atlantic coast of the United States in the company …

I spent the seven years of my life in Utah constructing robots and lighthouses from a box of junk I received one early childhood Christmas. At age seven I was sent to school in Mexico, where I was taught manners by an aunt whose Belgian and Spanish parentage made her a misfit in Mexican society. At age eight I lived aboard a sailboat, sailing the Atlantic coast of the United States in the company of my family, as well as Madonna’s Immaculate Collection and Dvorak’s New World Symphony.

The daughter of a Mexican mother and an Irishman, in a home defined by familiar sounds, tastes and smells …

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Location

1208 ‘O’ Street
Lincoln, NE, US