Oil on canvas over self-built stretcher bar.
38.5 x 41 x 2in
Represented in different ways through history, the ubiquitous nature of the human form makes its beauty easy to overlook. Structured with bone yet covered with a vulnerable flesh, the figure emerges with a sense of power harbored with interactive shapes and colors. Through painting, it breathes and interacts on the canvas, bringing life to the paralyzed state of geometry and color. The stagnant whites permeate the clustered chromatic instances of excitement, amplifying visual and conceptual contradictions.