Her first exhibit is a reflection of her own personal relationship with art. She takes the viewer with her on the journey back to rediscovering her creative freedom, self-acceptance and ultimately, herself. The fluid, organic shapes and fine brushstrokes pull the viewer in to get lost in the abstraction of minuscule details, mirroring her own process. Her choices of subjects reflect the idea that just like life itself, nature has the ability to stand completely still and be in a state of constant flux at the same time. It perfectly conveys everything that is, was and will be in profound silence. Just as each curve and crevice of these rock formations are purposefully carved by the ebbs and flows of natural elements over the passage of time, we are formed by our own experiences.