stylistically agnostic -
The great-granddaughter of a Disney artist and the daughter of a fantastic painter Suzanne Leaf, I'd say that creativity runs in my blood.
And although I grew up drawing hyperrealistic portraits as a teenager, it has taken me 31 years to build up the courage to do something more with my art.
Research shows that the best way to turn intentions into actuality is by declaring your goal to the world. So here I am, standing at the top of a building, shouting to the world (and in my blog), "I want to sell lots and lots of art."
With time (if you choose to follow me on Instagram), you'll see that my art will change, not in function — I will always strive to paint things that portray or provoke emotional experiences — but in form and style.
I know that my decision will make my work harder to identify from the sea of well-qualified artists. However, I believe that the artist's job is to continually challenge and change their perspective of the world (and how they communicate it). Because in art, we are given the freedom of transcending political orientations and social status through a visual language, I will strive to build that bridge in whichever way works best.
University of California, Irvine - Psychological Science and Criminology, Law, and Society.
Burlow School of Marketing - Advertising & Marketing
EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
Web Design + Web Development + Portraits + Marketing + Artwork
Centered on the Center - 2023, Huntington Beach Art Center.