My artwork ranges in the art forms of; paintings, drawings, and prints often mixed together. I focus on flora and fauna as a source of inspiration and the relationships I have with the environment. Through my work, I aim to show the strong similarities between plants and humans by mixing facial features and foliage creating a mysterious environment with hidden figures and images. This helps me give the viewer a wider range of interpretation based on foliage, animals, and facial features. The use of mixed media and the concept expression gives a voice to many of my passions; art, gardening, and the environment bringing them together through research, technicalities, and execution of the work. My work process starts from gardens or the wilderness experiencing nature and relating it to people. I believe among the things people have in common with plants; birth, reproduction, and death, is that plants have souls.
The artwork takes on a critical view of the social, environmental issues or happenings around Uganda and my area of residency. This gives my artwork various engaging subject matter like environmental conservation, responsibility, and awareness.
I vary in the materials and mediums used in my artworks. This allows me to be flexible giving every art a unique voice. It also allows experimentation of the different materials, techniques, and ideas, changing the way things are known to be made, working with new materials and methods