2019 Annual Juried Exhibition, Fine Arts League of Cary, Cary NC
2019 For the Love of Line, The Drawing Room, San Francisco, CA
2018 Community Art Market and Cabaret, Spark Arts, San Francisco, CA
2015 28th Annual Stillwell Student Exhibition (Juried), Fine Arts Gallery, SFSU, San Francisco, CA
2015 Bring Your Own, Martin Wong Gallery, SFSU, San Francisco, CA
2014 Remix, Martin Wong Gallery, SFSU, San Francisco, CA
2016 Exhibition Intern, Root Division, San Francisco, CA August 2016-May 2017
2015 Student Curator, Martin Wong Gallery, SFSU, San Francisco, CA
2015 Student Gallery Assistant, Fine Arts Gallery, SFSU, San Francisco, CA
2015 BA, Art History and Studio Art, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
My practice dissects my personal narrative by experimenting with several media and revisiting topics and themes. I inconspicuously display my personal side by utilizing mountains and landscape to show racial identity, abstraction to map out how I cope with mental health, and color for my sexuality and energy. Employing influence from print media, my environment, and true intuition my work is intentionally eclectic; it visually represents what I offer to this world. I collect visual data of my surroundings to comprise surrealistic-scales and incorporate a flow to represent an ever-changing climate. I straddle my landscapes between the Hudson River School turned upside down, the aesthetics of early 20th C. modern artists, and the outrage of politically charged, indigenous and people of color in contemporary America.
I work with ink, watercolor, oil, paper, textile and found objects. I have a strong kinship with the California landscape by being in Boy Scouts. Nature is heavily prevalent as a symbol for my father; he is an avid gardener and horticulturalist. Our fraught relationship is symbolized by the flora in my work. My color use also represents my mama and her Mexican heritage. My adaptable disposition is mirrored in my work.