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MURALS

FlowState STL “Alan Watts Mural”    15’ x 12’ mural created for FlowState STL, a muscle club and movement studio dedicated     to unconventional training.

FlowState STL “Alan Watts Mural”

15’ x 12’ mural created for FlowState STL, a muscle club and movement studio dedicated

to unconventional training.

Black Women over Breathing Exhibition

 Urb Arts Gallery, St.Louis, MO, 2017

We each live in our own matrix. Each reality is a collection of

beliefs, patterns and purpose that come to create our being and existence.

 Always changing and transforming . Fluid.

Untitled

Untitled

Wave[s] Exhibition

Wallplay Gallery, Manhattan, NY, 2015

These 11 paintings are apart of series created for Mick Jenkins Wave[s] EP

that embody the unique emotions that are channeled through each song .

Each piece is a visual soundscape that offers the audience a chance

to connect to the music not only sonically but visually as well. 

Wave[s] Exhibition   (Left to Right)   P's & Q's    Patience    40 Below    The Giver    Perception    30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition

(Left to Right)

P's & Q's

Patience

40 Below

The Giver

Perception

30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition   (Left to Right)   Patience    40 Below    30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition

(Left to Right)

Patience

40 Below

30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition   (Left to Right)   Alchemy    Piano    30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition

(Left to Right)

Alchemy

Piano

30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition   (Left to Right)   Get up Get down    Your Love    Wave[s]    30"x40"

Wave[s] Exhibition

(Left to Right)

Get up Get down

Your Love

Wave[s]

30"x40"



Anti-Pro Exhibition

New York Studio Residency Program, Brooklyn, New York, 2016

How we come to find and create our identity is something that cannot be pinpointed into one specific influence,

but it can be said that from birth we begin to receive information from the world around us that shapes us into who

we are and how we see ourselves. These ideas that have been placed upon us are carried around

until we decide that they no longer serve us. This body of work represents those spaces of both

stagnation and liberation that exists when one is finding their identity.

Anti-Pro Exhibition    Breakthrough    30"x40"

Anti-Pro Exhibition

Breakthrough

30"x40"

Anti-Pro Exhibition    Cycles    8"x10"

Anti-Pro Exhibition

Cycles

8"x10"

Anti-Pro Exhibition    Breakthrough collection    11"x17 | 8"x10"| 16"x20"     .

Anti-Pro Exhibition

Breakthrough collection

11"x17 | 8"x10"| 16"x20"

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Anti-Pro Exhibition     “Pretty for a Black Girl?” deals with the ideas and information that many black women receive starting from a young age. Living in a society that champions European ideals of beauty it can be difficult for a young black girl to navigate thru her own identity when it is not shown in a positive light. This difficulty is represented within the abrasive textures, patterns, and aggressive application of paint. The weight of these ideals loom over her and sit upon her shoulders yet she still floats, chin high, strong.

Anti-Pro Exhibition

“Pretty for a Black Girl?” deals with the ideas and information that many black women receive starting from a young age. Living in a society that champions European ideals of beauty it can be difficult for a young black girl to navigate thru her own identity when it is not shown in a positive light. This difficulty is represented within the abrasive textures, patterns, and aggressive application of paint. The weight of these ideals loom over her and sit upon her shoulders yet she still floats, chin high, strong.

Anti-Pro Exhibition       The piece “Be a Lady?” deals with the information that many young girls receive while growing up. We are often taught that to be a lady means to only operate under a set of rules that are deemed feminine and appropriate. The concentric circles , gradients and shifts of space represent the duality of masculine and feminine energy that exists, yet when unable to be expressed causes us to become stuck and trapped within this narrow way of thinking. From this stagnation the figure becomes void of any emotion or personality becoming manikin like, without freedom to express.

Anti-Pro Exhibition

The piece “Be a Lady?” deals with the information that many young girls receive while growing up. We are often taught that to be a lady means to only operate under a set of rules that are deemed feminine and appropriate. The concentric circles , gradients and shifts of space represent the duality of masculine and feminine energy that exists, yet when unable to be expressed causes us to become stuck and trapped within this narrow way of thinking. From this stagnation the figure becomes void of any emotion or personality becoming manikin like, without freedom to express.



Through the Gradient    16"x20"    Commissioned painting for St.Louis based music collective LOOPRAT

Through the Gradient

16"x20"

Commissioned painting for St.Louis based music collective LOOPRAT