Artist Statement

My work is a form of self-portraiture, with each piece offering a glimpse into my interior world. The challenge of establishing order despite, working from a foundation of chaos, is the foundation of my artistic process and mirrors my experience with ADHD. Backgrounds of energetic collage and transparent acrylic layers symbolize the perpetual barrage of over-stimulation, while the overlapping pattern and line illustrate my ability to transform disorder into coherence. Energetic, bold, and intricately detailed, my work is the visual language of how I harness my internal chaos.

Inspired by the dynamism of intense extremes and the interplay of competing forces, I purposefully integrate contrast into my work, utilizing variations in color, value, mark-making, and shapes. This intentional incorporation of contrast adds depth and serves as a means of storytelling. By juxtaposing elements in this way, I aim to create a multisensory experience for viewers, guiding them on a visual journey that vividly personifies the vibrant energy and tension inherent in the convergence of diverse elements.

My unique perspective and experience as an individual with ADHD inform the authenticity and distinctiveness of my artwork. Through my creative expressions, I aim to offer a genuine portrayal of my lived experiences, contributing to a broader narrative that challenges preconceptions about neurodiversity. This adds depth to my artistic endeavors and serves as a
catalyst for fostering understanding and empathy, promoting a more inclusive perspective on the diverse ways individuals navigate the world.

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