I believe that the source of my work comes from my soul, and that I am merely a vessel through which God guides the rhythm of my creative spirit. That spiritual energy allows my ideas to flow and ultimately manifests itself into a work of art.
My appreciation of the human figure captures the essence of a woman; her femininity, beauty, strength, and her vulnerability. I am influenced by the ethereal nature of natural materials, textures,colors and found objects.
My works are intended to evoke an emotional dialogue and tap into the viewer's consciousness.
My first doll collection was an African inspired collection, Foluke' , which is a Yorubian name that means "Placed in Gods care "
This collection started my journey and love for creating dolls.
From then ( late1980's) until now my design aesthetic has evolved in many ways.