abstract painting


I'm making some changes to this site, so if things look a little messy, that's why.

My art is handmade. No NFTs and no AI-generated images. My art practice is about  interconnection with the physical world around me and within. I prefer to work small, on handmade paper—sometimes applying constraints that generate results seemingly by chance. Lately I have been creating small artist books, playing with visual narrative.

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Art can be purchased on this site, directly from the artist, and also on Saatchi Art.
A sample of individual works and work in series:

Geomancy (series), 18 x 18 in., 2021.

Pandemic Garden. 18 x 18 in. , 2020.

Patternmaker 1 (collage series), 12 x 12 x 1.5 in., 2017.

Unmapping (Series), 10 x 10 in., 2022

Cutwork. 18 x 18 in. , 2020.

Geomancy (series), 18 x 18 in., 2021.


It is an honor to revisit Jean Vengua’s long poem, “Marcelina,” two decades after it was first published in the anthology Babaylan. “Marcelina” is jarring in its quiet, meditative moments, contrasted against voices and acts of historical violence. Vengua asks us to join her, to unearth our buried history and herstory, look hard at the violences we have inflicted upon our own. Vengua resists the insularity, the suffocation of that history, pays back this violence with witness, with gentle words. She pays respect to the woman, Marcelina, by honoring the earth in which she was interred. — Barbara Jane Reyes, author of Invocation to Daughters and Letters to a Young Brown Girl. 

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Carmel River Beach

I'm located in coastal Monterey County 

. . . living on a hill in Monterey, CA called "Hunukul" by indigenous Rumsen Ohlone who once lived there.

View my art this Sept. 30/Oct 1, 2023 at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts in Carmel Village, for Arts Habitat Studio Tours.