As a young black woman on the verge of adulthood I find that my greatest asset is my time, which is often spent engaging in ongoing processes of critical learning and unlearning. Which leaves me with this highly colorful mind. That demands for me to create daily. I wouldn’t call myself an artist but it would be the technical term.
My work explores representations of womanhood, sexuality and interpersonal relationships, and is informed by my black, female identity.
I mainly use acrylics in my work. It is a very bright and colourful medium that works perfectly with my aesthetic in short.
My life experiences are centered in each of my pieces in order to create safe spaces that engage and empower a key audience ; women of colour.