“WHAT IS THE MINIMAL AMOUNT OF
INFORMATION NEEDED TO PERCEIVE FORM?”
“CAN STRUCTURE CONVEY FLUIDITY AND
These were the original questions behind SPOON’s
graphic experimentation that ultimately led to the
development of her uniquely recognizable style.
Removing content until the subject is
unrecognizable, she slowly reintroduces data and
color in search of the threshold where visual and
mental perceptions are balanced.
What began as an idea she was testing for fun
quickly turned into something distinctive that can
now be seen at Fortune 500 Companies, sport
stadiums, luxury hotels, museums and private
residences around the world.
Every painting is composed and painted by
one dot at time. In redacting a subject
to the edge
of recognition, she challenges viewers to
recompose only the information that is absolutely
Distance, viewing angle, and even a camera lens
changes the way SPOON’s artwork resolves. As a
result, everyone will experience it differently
depending on their perspective, not just mentally,
but physically. This moving target of data
assemblage constantly challenges her to rethink
each painting in a new way.
Her background in Urban Design and study of
Architecture + Engineering have undoubtedly
shaped the way SPOON approached art and
what led to her initial concept. She also maintains
a sense of environmental and social responsibility.
By using the techniques she learned as a LEED
Green Professional (buying locally sourced nontoxic materials) and donating a portion of the
proceeds from every painting sale to charity, she
tries to ensure that her success benefits the