I am interested in the boundaries between painting and sculptural work and in making it clear that I am a woman creating in the art world during the 21st century. Therefore, my sculptural paintings are both bodily and feminist. I am a Jewish, multidisciplinary, queer maker that draws from the infraordinary, which is the observation of events and moments in daily life. Recently I read Lenka Clayton’s section in the book The Artist as Culture Producer, in which she declares that her life is her art. Drawing from Clayton’s ideas and my own life experience, I represent these ideas through clothes, fabric and objects that live my life with me; the physical, contemporary evidence of experience, proof of my existence. I wear my clothes and collect fibers, then put them in my artwork. Visual imagery of patterns and clothing that have been worn through happenings in my life are in conflict with my traditional training in perceptual painting. After I have worn my clothing on my physical body, the clothes are then altered and warped to materialize for the final time in the body of work. I explore a lexicon of bulbous, organic forms in multiple mediums including oil, fabric, and graphite.