This collection is inspired by the most important relationships in my life - my spirituality, my body, and my home, Earth.
And each piece is embodied by significant women in my life; my sisters.
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This piece represents my journey to self-love.
It has taken me a long time to master the art of self-love.
After years of searching for external validation, I realized that my own happiness was enough to set my body free from frustration, judgment, and self-doubt.
For this piece, I decided to paint a seated woman. Some may argue that her figure looks unflattering because of the way she is seated. I, on the other hand, believe that her rolls are a huge part of what makes her beautiful - they give her dimension, texture, and depth.
This painting is a reminder that all bodies are beautiful bodies.
This piece represents my spiritual journey.
As we grow, we begin to understand how delicate and fragile life is. I like to think that faith and gratitude have been the power source that has allowed me to endure the most challenging tests in life.
This blue impressionist butterfly represents the beauty, fragility, and chaos of life. The butterfly can be seen as a vulnerable creature but I choose to believe that she's is a fighter, full of hope and grace.
I dedicate this piece to a special friend, who, in her most fragile state, still shows up every day to battle depression. I know you will be back on your wings soon.
This piece represents my relationship with our home, Earth.
Often times we think of Earth as a distant place, but when I look at nature, all I see is mesmerizing beauty and unexplainable works of art.
I've always believed that when one walks with nature, one receives far more than one seeks.
But for a long time, we have taken far more than what we have given. Which is why, whatever magic we have left, we must cherish.