This series of screen-printed and dyed fabric monoprints of imagined environments capture the tableau of everyday phenomena. Using a language of geometric and organic shapes and the sensorial experience of color, she works as an improviser, balancing compositions through intentional and serendipitous marks. Through the demonstration of opposites, she fuses elements found in design and abstract painting. This process employs both industrial and traditional craft techniques that magnify the beautiful and the grotesque. Her work is grounded on philosophical notions found in quotidian life. Moments that blur boundaries between material objects and cognitive experiences, encourage viewers to reconsider their own surroundings—a revision of everyday life—through material and designed transformations.