About this series:
These paintings reflect an intense study of color, form, and humanity. Throughout art history, the skull has been used as a symbol of mortality and seen as a way to portray that our time on Earth is limited. In these paintings, the subject is approached in a more straightforward way: the skeleton being seen as the structural support for our body and an essential requirement for us to be alive and functioning. The skull is a complex structure built from a puzzle of interlocking bones: perfect for exploring and studying with paint.