BIOTA 2015 - Present

Nightblooms, Moon Lanterns, & Rockets
60" x 60", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

We Got Your Back
30" x 33", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Stay Together, 30" x 40", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

My Mytosis, Your Neurosis
20" x 20", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Camouflage, 30" x 40", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Strength In Numbers
20" x 20", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Beginnings, 30" x 40", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Anchor, 22" x 25", acrylic on canvas, 2015.

Particle Rings, 20" x 24", acrylic on canvas, 2015.

Searchlight, 20" x 20", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Mesophytic Cameo
23" x 30", acrylic on canvas, 2015.

Elemental, 27" x 28", acrylic on canvas, 2016. (SOLD)

Wanderlust, 22" x 25", acrylic on canvas, 2015.

Many Legs, 8" x 10", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Star Maps Alpha, 16" x 14", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Slippery Slope, 16" x 16", acrylic on panel, 2016.

Hanging on a Star
20" x 20", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Giddy Up, 8" x 10", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Star Maps Beta, 16" x 14", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Lei, 30" x 33", acrylic on canvas, 2018.

Plans for a Solar System
20" x 38", acrylic on canvas, 2015.

Submerge, 8" x 10", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Amino Acids, 16" x 16", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Hula, 30" x 33", acrylic on canvas, 2018

Buzzcut, 16" x 16", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

Discover, 8" x 10", acrylic on canvas, 2016.

When Galaxies Collide, 16" x 16", acrylic on panel, 2016.


Paintings in the Biota series investigate the flora and fauna of a distinct region in order to imagine multiple views of one habitat—diving into its mysteries, exploring every corner, and considering how a place changes over time. While the work references many actual things on a human scale, these paintings also incorporate invisible elements from the molecular and cosmic levels.