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Solo exhibition at the Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College in Shreveport, LA
March 21 - May 5, 2023

My mind often returns to the difficulty I had growing up, in particular the way I stumbled with the shapes and letters within a unique visual understanding. As a kid I was “color tested” this consisted of plastic overlays that were laid on top of text on a page that helped me differentiate the letters more clearly. With my art, I am discovering new ways to layer planes of color, light, and language textures together. 

    Growing up with dyslexia has shaped my unique understanding of the shapes that letters form to create sentences. With materials such as acrylic, ceramic, styrofoam, and plastic, I began creating my own language of letters and symbols by pushing the limits of these materials. The transparent color overlay is one of the tools I employed during early stages of learning. These overlays filter out noisy light waves so the brain can accurately process visual information. I am fascinated by how color can change the way we visualize words and find myself questioning how this can be applied during the finishing stages of my art.

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