Colored pencil drawing about borders and migration connecting the Palestinian/Israeli wall to the Syrian refugee crisis to the Mexican/American border
Colored pencil on paper of imaginary world
Acrylic on wood cutout protest piece of SFAI's light installation blocking Fresco in Diego Rivera Gallery.
Watercolor paintings digitally printed onto stickers.
Screenprinted designs of musicians who've passed away turned into saints and glued on candles
Assemblage of political prisoners such as Mumia Abu Jamal, Asata Shakur, Leonard Peltier, and Marilyn Buck drawn as mosters to show how they are demonized by the system. They emerge from their prison boxes as paper mache sculptures breaking free of their demonization.
Graphite on paper. Representing the feeling of loss and our worries of death.
Illustration of the face behind internet harassment against women
La Vida Loca
Assemblage box of funeral for young boy being held by his mother. On the sides, two police officers turn the cheek and above is a group of gang members posing for a photo. Done in pencil and collage this piece is a commentary on gang violence and the police's role.