An ode to one of my favourite philosopher and comedian, Dave Chapelle. A snapshot of him back in the day telling you an enchanting story as the drugs take over...
I create abstract paintings and I’m currently based in Toronto. I have been developing my signature style since 2017. Sharing my pieces with the world is a source of creative energy for me. It is where I come to create meaning and purpose in my life.
I have been featured in a number of podcasts and creative panels including RAW Canada and other art fairs in Toronto and the GTA.
Through the the act of creating my work, I channel and explore my own lived experiences and personal truths.The results are my originals; a colourful contribution for your home, a celebration or a gift, a physical manifestation of my point of view that I cannot wait to share with you!
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Tarab; an arabic word meaning to reach a point of ecstacy during a musical performance
I imagined this piece as the bursts of energy one might feel during such a time but visible to the naked eye. You can put this in front of anything and bring that magic to that scene, no music required.