If I were to categorize the artistic genre into which my works fall, I consider myself an expressionist. My figures span the range from classically anatomical to gestural flexibility implying my own psychological self-portraiture and appreciation of the sensual feminine form. The use of vibrant minimally mixed colors that depend on the expressive study and execution of color theory reminiscent of artistic movements that were birthed during the earliest beginnings of the twentieth century. The lack of facial details allows the viewer to avoid the distraction of details and to see the composition of the work as a whole. Planning the strength of composition using negative space to guide the viewer toward the appreciation of the beauty of the modern nude. There is a line between sensuality and overt sexuality. An empowered woman need not manipulate either of those two gifts, making both qualities a celebration of the being born female.