Her playful work, ripe with sociopolitical commentary, challenges the viewer to reconsider familiar images, products and ideas.
She cleverly uses ubiquitous items like Post-It® notes to create pieces of art that unite seemingly opposite ideas: the past and the present, art history and contemporary art trends, creativity and consumerism, repetition and individuality, the whole and the fragmented. She combines the centuries-old practice of printing with modern colors, glitter, paper, and images. Her brightly colored, bold art forces the viewer to regard everyday objects and ideas in a different light. The result is anything but predictable. Since her first exhibition in 2006, her unique work has been featured in over forty exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad including Istanbul, Berlin, and Croatia. So far, she has exhibited over 40 artworks all over the world.
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