Most recently, my art has evolved from painting into metal sculpting which has enabled my ideas to spring from a two-dimensional surface into a three-dimensional reality. I find the additive process of welding metal an organic experience that enhances and promotes my creative freedom. More so, working in multiple dimensions and the immediacy of the additive process of welding metal is extremely fulfilling. By combining metal, epoxy resin, paints, and other found and industrial materials, boundless sculptural horizons are opened.
My art typically blends scrap metal art, painting, and finesse by; exploring and usurping the dynamic inherent aesthetic quality entrapped in found metal objects; inclusion of color for revitalization; and engaging epoxy resin/ automotive coating for a great finish.
Through my creative process, I have developed a personal visual vocabulary based on symbolism and metaphor. Traditional Yoruba motifs, Native American symbols, and words are incorporated into my pieces.