Here are a few things about me!
My home country, Guyana is relatively unknown. It’s a small country. It’s right up there on the northern rim of South America.
In the mid-2000s I immigrated to the US and began teaching English at a state university. For a short period, I also taught in Abu Dhabi before returning to the US.
I am a visual artist, writer, and blogger. I’ve loved art and writing all my life and blogging is simply a way for me to bring those two elements together.
In 2021, I began a 350-word story challenge with myself. This is how I decided to go about it. First, I choose one of my photographs. Then, I write a tiny story incorporating the image into the plot. These tiny tales are quick reads and are available on un.deux..trois…
My artistic style is fluid and adaptive to my mood, embracing the belief that nothing is permanent. One thing, however, is at its center – a strong graphic quality, described with bold colour.
Much of my artwork reveals a motif of suspended objects – things hanging by a string or thread. This, to me, symbolizes the fragility of our world, relationships – life itself – reminding the viewer that impermanence is the only permanent thing.