I can’t focus…

I’m an abstract expressionist artist living and working in Sonoma County, California. My art is my sanctuary, a haven where my ADHD finds tranquility and my creativity flourishes. In a world often filled with distractions, creating art is the one time I can shut everything else out and truly focus. My life has had many health challenges, starting with a congenital lung issue, to recently battling breast cancer. Through it all, creating art has been my comfort.

Using vibrant colors, expressive brushstrokes, and carefully chosen patterns and textures, I aim to evoke emotions, and provoke introspection. I aspire to uplift hearts and minds, reminding people of their own inherent strength, and perhaps they even glimpse a bit of themselves in the process.

Though I’ve had countless hours of study and color theory, my artistic journey is not about chasing perfection or adhering to conventions; it is about embracing the freedom to create and explore, and to connect with specific others through my art. It is in this state of immersion that I feel most alive and authentic as an artist.

I am driven by the belief that art can change lives, and with every brushstroke, I strive to make a difference.

canvas with gesso

Artist Recognition

Breton’s paintings can be found in collections all over the world, from Germany, Switzerland, France, Ireland & more. Notable clients include Warner Bros Studios, Dali Museum and Nestle.

“Every brushstroke, mark, and drop of paint, is an expression of life and emotion. And it’s this energy in these paintings that I share with you.”

I paint uplifting, colorful interpretations of life.

As an artist, I’m aware of the impact my business has on the environment.
By giving a percentage of my income,  I’m able to “give back” and help our planet.

Also available at Saatchi Art, Singulart and Artmajeur

 and a 5 star rating on google