Observing the behaviors and body language of people is one of my great passions in life. I use my early training as a classical dancer that taught me to use subtle angles and nuances of posture to create a mood and story line. Using these techniques, my art reaches the viewer on a visceral and intellectual level, bringing the art to a personal and intimate experience. Successfully accomplishing this communication is what I feel art should do, and that is to make art relatable and easily accessible.
My work is evolving into a technique that exaggerates aspects of the human form for more emphasis and drama. Without losing the beauty of the human form, my art remains representational, but contemporary and evocative.
As stated by a New York critic about her sculpture†, "Such unadorned expressions of human empathy are unique" and she creates "a mixture of pathos and dignity which honors our common condition." Her intention is to "express the psychological core of our human drama…restoring a sense of the monumental to the human figure." This connection to the viewer is her objective, and she considers her art a success when it evokes an emotional response.