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Gun Flowers

This artwork is about transformation. Turning pain into beauty.

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I’m interested in male archetypes like “The Warrior” and “The Seducer” and how they are used in pop culture artifacts like advertising, movies and TV to persuade men to buy into fantasies about masculinity.

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Totally Meaningless

This series of drawings was an exploration into making “meaningless” artwork. The process for excluding “meaning” from the art was to draw quickly without foresight or an objective for depiction.

The series draws on the concepts found in anti-foundationalism and on the work of the Dadaist anti-art movement of the 20th century.

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