My work right now is speaking of the daily emotion of dealing with the darkest parts of mental, physical and sexual abuse. My figures are isolated and alone. I personally don’t have a family history and I do not have roots. My parents moved us around the world growing up from the Andes Mountains to many States in the US. There is no home to call home. I work this lostness out in my figures who portray isolation and of not belonging. The figures' lines are defining a space that perhaps is their only certainty. My play with lines in my cows and Llamas comes as a relief from painting such heady images with my individuals. The landscapes are painted hauntingly and surreal. All of my images; landscapes, animals and people are unsettled; there is no concrete connection within the picture plane. My imagery becomes broken down to lines that blur, shapes that appear and colors that abandon.