My work focuses on the experiences of womanhood through paint, material, and sculpture. The conversation between these formal elements creates an abstract space integrating domestic structures, psychological atmosphere, and theatricality. The resulting landscape hovers between claustrophobic destruction and vast meditative expanses representing the influence of societal pressures on the psyche. Although disparate the two occasionally unite as architectural rubble interwoven with found objects in a healing gesture. In this hybrid space, characters are permitted to unabashedly act out inner fears or desires associated with the home, career, and motherhood. The paintings become facilitators for navigating the frail equilibrium of inner monologue and outer influence.