A section of a larger repeat pattern. 1 of 4 patterns celebrating South American Culture.
Displayed at Light Grey Art Gallery's 5th Anniversary Local Showcase
In some Native American tribes, it is considered a sign of good fortune to come across a toad carrying a stick in his mouth. Additionally, the acorn is seen as a representative of immortality and by keeping one close to you, you shall be protected by its mighty force always.
Rose gold foil on black paper
Displayed at Light Grey Art Gallery's FORTUNE exhibition running December 2nd, 2016 - January 3rd, 2017
Since I was young I've had a reoccurring dream where I find myself in a dark room lit only by cloudy green aquariums. Sometimes they are empty with thick algae covering the glass, other times they house an array of amphibious creatures. These creatures can be big and scary or small and tame. But one thing that stays the same is that I will never know what lives inside of the tanks until I dip my hand into the water.
Displayed at Light Grey Art Lab's MIDNIGHT exhibition running October 28th - November 3rd, 2016