It has been awhile since I've used my wallpaper patterns; many of my recent works have featured clear blue skies. In the past, I've gridded out my patterns on graph paper and transferred them to my drawing surface using a lightbox. This design was created freehand and in losing the structure of the gridded images, it feels more alive.
The repeated shapes and colors are a loose interpretation of the shell-like wallpaper that covered the walls in my Grandma's kitchen when I was growing up. A warm peach, punctuated by pale green. There is a stack of it, neatly folded and carefully stored in my studio; it makes me feel closer to home every time I look at it.