WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
“Seduced by the subject matter because of the raw, stripped bare, skeletal, primal strength yet delicate and fragile qualities that up close they possess. Staying true to her Muse, being that of Emotions, and having recently experienced an extremely difficult loss, the symbolic nature of the floral structure resonated with her view on how we see and experience Loss.
It stripes you bare, exposes flaws and changes our views and beliefs. The human experience takes on a raw delicate vulnerability in the most simple of forms. And it is in this moment that Magic happens. It is a place for Transformation and Change. It is a Rebirth and a Transcendence for all we see, feel and think”.