Intimacy at Moksha in Seattle’s Chinatown International district, 2018.

This series of works is inspired by a range of intimate relationships the artist has with both their own body and those around them, in hopes of celebrating with bright colors and ideas of unity for these ‘taboo’ subjects that the audience may have with their own body. The artist has reimagined found erotica artworks throughout the ages as a means of finding ourselves in these pieces, whether it be celebrating the subject’s own body, or having shared, intimate experiences with partners in a benevolent and kind expression.