Nothing is what it seems


Life has a way of showing us what really matters . It is through these taxing and exalting experiences that life has shown me that Nothing is What it Seems. It is safe to say that  Socrates hit the nail on the head with  “the only thing I can be sure of is that you can be sure of nothing.” This period of my life is defined by transformation; An exhaustive transformation of the body, mind and soul. After running around the world and back in search of solutions and adventure, I returned with only more questions. The wisdom I gained from such an endeavor proved that control is just an illusion. The more I tried to control things -the more clear this became. This epiphany paved the way for a less commercial and more spiritual path that would lead me deeper into nature and inside myself. The fact remains that all the answers are inside of us.

If my mind is a universe, and my body is a temple, my mission is to communicate and my art is a vehicle to channel directly from above and from below. I always say:“Keep God close, but keep the Devil closer.” I am at service to something greater than words can describe. This exhibition “Nothing is What it Seems” is a delicate collection of reoccurring sentiments that have presented themselves in this period of transformation. This exhibition features unique images of installations taken during the recent filming of  “Nothing Is What It Seems”- a short film documenting the process of turning darkness into light from a tragic story of mother, nature, and life after death. Let it pay tribute to the priceless lessons learned and to the many precious things I had to let go of, for the peace I have now is worth everything I lost.

As I continue to play the game of Life and  the levels keep getting harder, my heart gets softer and my connection to the universe grows stronger. Within this darkness I become the light and neon is my vessel.