Art Gallery / Collections

WILDLIFE

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

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Bandit
Bandit

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Flight of the Eagle
Flight of the Eagle

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Ella & Lizzie
Ella & Lizzie

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On Golden Wings
On Golden Wings

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The Lioness
The Lioness

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The Sea Turtle
The Sea Turtle

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In Emerald Waters
In Emerald Waters

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The Reef
The Reef

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The Bee 2013
The Bee 2013

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Orcas
Orcas

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Arctic Hug
Arctic Hug

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The Jaguar
The Jaguar

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Freddie the Frog
Freddie the Frog

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I use animal imagery in my artwork as a way to express my struggles with mental illness. My wildlife collection speaks to many things, with a large theme being the correlation between animals, mental illness, and society. An example of this theme is the connection that mental illness and certain animals in my collection share: they both carry a perception of danger. Each animal in my collection has either a theme or a story to tell. I have portrayed a variety of animals in my work, as mental illness exists throughout our world. I chose to draw many of the animals in pairs, often depicting a parent and child. This speaks to another main theme in my collection: the unbiased nature of mental health, which inflicts both youth and adults.  


The animals that I portray stand for our complex variety of human emotions. They represent love and fear as well as a need for awareness around the fragile subject of mental health.