My oil paintings narrate through biomorphic and suggestive imagery experiences of females through pictorial metaphors focusing thematically on the consciousness of distress, trauma, abuse, and neglect. My work acts as a metaphor for the abusive and unstable ways that women are "constructed" as subjects in our society. To address these issues I customize articulative dolls that serve as my subjects that I process through a series of deconstruction and reconstruction, constructing myself in the process. My paintings resonate persecution, repression, violence, neglect and ostracism through colorfully vivid, and pictorially symbolically rich, surreal figurative landscapes.