I am an intuitive, non-objective abstract painter. Making art is one way I connect to my inner self. Art became an escape for me during periods when my son was struggling with his mental health. It became a way I could escape for a while from life's difficulties, by becoming absorbed in my art. I am able to communicate my feelings through my work and become totally present in my body, not judging or thinking until I step back from my work. I play with paint, markers, collage, and tools such as spatulas and squeegees, exploring relationships between shapes and lines, colours and textures. I try to "Let Go" and follow my intuition. The more I am able to let go of trying to control the outcome, the more authentic I can make my work. I am also trying to live my life by this motto - Let Go.