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I work with watercolour and charcoal on paper to produce figure that merge inner states with outer appearances. I create sketchy, vigorously executed images of human figures, heads, and faces using a multicolored patchwork of brushstrokes. In some compositions, my brushstrokes obscure the figures, whose contours can just be made out amid the pigment. In others, faces and forms are more clearly articulated. The conglomerations of marks make such forms appear almost sculptural. By replacing flesh and features with thick strokes. My work reflects the tumult of thoughts and emotions that lay concealed below our surfaces and that fundamentally shape our identities.