Salt Lick  |  2021

Salt Lick sprouted from the solitude of quarantine, a moment seemingly frozen in time that allowed for self-reflection and growth. My personal life evolved in congruence with Salt Lick’s development. It was a year of letting go of expectations keeping me from harvesting my independence and developing my true practice. The piece plays with shadow and light shooting out from a central axis portraying the opposing ways of life prior and beyond this piece. 

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Rampa (PP-1 Aged & Rearranged) |  2020-21

Rampa is a voyage into the unknown where uncertainty, curiosity and wonder are the portal into fantasy. When was the last time you climbed a ramp like this one? Is it possible that you’ve lost the ability to be astounded? Would you dare to become a child again? Where would Rampa take you?

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Attraction  |  2021

In tones of magenta, reminiscent of the bugambilias in my grandmother’s house, a floating form in space takes shape like an atom in expansion. While elaborating the piece, I imagined a bright light overhead that illuminates the planes. These concave and convex pyramid-like forms offer the viewer two opposing perspectives on life. Attraction is a piece created by painting over rusted steel, a collaboration of materials giving it a rustic, industrial and contemporary feel.

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Major Attraction  |  2021

Similar to it’s baby sister Attraction, Major Attractions’ challenging strokes of magenta brings the spectator’s attention to an endless journey of ideas. Where does it begin? Where does it end? How did it come to be? Elaborated with acrylic paint over rusted steel, Attraction establishes a game of chiaroscuro through its multifaceted form and granulated texture.

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Family Portraits  |  2021

Life is a perfect balance between independence and unity. Framed similarly to family portraits at home, the pairs of rocks float in a void space. Two parts of a whole that could not exist without the other. They depend on one another, yet have the room to feel individual. Much like human relationships, they’re aware and grateful of each other’s presence.

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HRRS01  |  2018

Huasteca Mountain Rock, rusted steel.

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HRRS02  |  2018

Huasteca Mountain Rock, rusted steel.

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HRWM01  |  2020

Huasteca Mountain Rock, Walnut, Mirror

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Diamante Nebuleuse  |  2016

Topo Chico Mountain Black Marble, stainless steel.