Collectively Alone

In "Collectively Alone," a collaborative gallery show with Cooler Gallery and Uprise Art, each work contains a stand-alone figure, speaking to the idea of spending time with ourselves, learning about ourselves, and aiming to grow to be a better person for those around us. These paintings seek to create a relatable depiction of womanhood, embracing natural errors, imperfections, forms, and movement, to parallel the diverse ways in which a woman can live. This quietly hints at the human condition - our tendency to project a complete exterior while in reality, upon reflection, we are more complicated and fractured. Collect Here