This question dovetails into what we were just chatting about. My paintings are a sensory experience—placing the viewer inside, above or below a given picture plane. Through colour and form, I create vibrational energy that feels alive and human, regardless of gender identity—just purely human. The paintings emit feelings of arousal, joy, excitement, but can also be quiet and or somber—emotions felt by humanity regardless of sex. They break the gender barrier of who is looking at what and emit a feeling of life in a pure sense. The work feels overtly feminine because women are life-bearing, but not without the act of man. So really, the paintings are representative of the intimacy between woman and man—placing woman at the forefront.