Why do you make art?
I paint because it's my way of sharing the joy of creativity and inner peace with others. My mission as an artist is simply to bring a bit of happiness and positivity into people's lives through my work. I make art as a form of therapy, finding solace and inspiration in the process. I believe that when people connect with my art, it can contribute to a kinder and more harmonious world. In a world that can sometimes be overwhelming, I hope my art serves as a friendly reminder of the beauty in simplicity and the importance of inner well-being.

What inspires your art?
I find great joy in experimenting at the intersection of graphic design and fine art disciplines. I'm fascinated by how these different worlds clash and complement each other, resulting in something entirely new and exciting.

This creative exploration is an ever-changing and evolving exercise that helps me gain a deeper understanding of who I am and how I can continuously share it with the world. My goal is to use my unique visual language to evoke positive emotions and make the world a better place. I believe that art has the power to inspire, uplift, and create positive change, and I'm dedicated to contributing to that transformative process through my creative journey.

Can I visit your studio in person?
Absolutely! To schedule a visit to my studio, please send me an email to set up an appointment. I'm looking forward to welcoming you and giving you a personal tour of my space!

Can you provide guidance on displaying and caring for abstract art?
I recommend displaying abstract art away from direct sunlight and extreme humidity to preserve its longevity. If you have specific questions about caring for a particular artwork, don't hesitate to ask.

What is abstract art?
Abstract art is open to interpretation, and that is one of the beautiful things about it. Abstract art doesn't jump out and declare "THIS is what I'm all about." Instead, abstract art requires you to have an open, inquiring mind; you must enter the painting and see where it takes you. You can learn more here

Do you accept commission work?
Yes, I do! Commissioning artwork is a wonderful opportunity for us to work together. I really value the chance to collaborate with you to create something that we both connect with. 

How can I keep up with your latest abstract art creations and news?
You can follow my art journey on social media, subscribe to my newsletter, or visit my website regularly. These platforms will keep you informed about my latest works, and exhibitions.



During a 9th grade group art show, I painted side by side with the Indonesian Education Minister. Strange.

I share more genes with my Mom. How do I know? My dad is tall and I'm short.

"YOU NEED AN AUDI" is how you remembered my last name.

Eating occasionally in front of the TV is not a bad idea.

I'm a foodie with an emphasis on crispy.

I love Cuban-inspired music, lakes, ocean and mountains.

Tropical Indonesian rain forrest downpours are awesome; long days of drizzly Seattle rain, not so much.

I was a high school exchange student for 10 months in Bonne Terre County Missouri.

My kids love the smell of my studio (I prohibit toxic materials) and always excited to be there.

I'm allergic to formality.

Favorite quote from my Dad: "Why not?"

Most memorable experience with Mom: We went to the wet market, picked out a fish, put the fish in the bathtub. I believed we ate it that night. I erased that memory. 

Wish for us all: Abundance curiosity, follow your giggles, dance like nobody's watching.


The majority of my business comes from referrals.
If you happen to know one of two of your friends who might appreciate my art as much as you do, I would be incredibly grateful if you could share my information with them. Building connections with my collectors is something I truly cherish.

Thank you so much for your continued support!