As water continually changes phase within our atmosphere, it reflects the metamorphosis and regeneration process that keeps organic life in a harmonic balance with all other forms of creation.  Through my artistic process, I explore the limitless creative potential of water as a source through which pigments and heat can combine to create complex geometric patterns, fractal-like detail, and stunning abstractions.


This exploration has led me to explore a new technique that draws upon traditional Turkish paper marbling. My interest in paper marbling started in my early childhood thanks to my father, Sedat Altinoz, who is a 5th generation paper marbling artist at Mustafa Duzgunman Ecole in Turkey. His insights on paper marbling helped me gain a better appreciation for the art. Since my childhood, I have been practicing the traditional way of paper marbling with a modern approach. Until recently I used natural earth-based pigments and natural solutions almost exclusively.  Upon moving to New York, I began experimenting with materials such as acrylic and enamel paints, chemical solvents and fire. This new approach has resulted in a wider variety of effects and compositions. 


I am highly motivated to use my artistic practice as a vehicle for both personal and collective transmutation, purification, and catharsis.  The archetypal forms that emerge in my artworks are a reflection of my perspective of the infinite well of human potential. Similar to how water serves a source for all organic life, I believe that art also serves as a wellspring for shared healing, growth, and sustained connection. I have also begun adding figurative elements in order to weave engaging narratives into my abstract paintings. I incorporate symbols and imagery from timeless mythologies which are capable of resonating with a contemporary audience. I am currently pushing my process further by experimenting with video works ,  light effects and multimedia installations.


Lifelong student of traditional paper marbling under the tutelage of Sedat Altinoz, a 5th generation paper marbling artist at Mustafa Duzgunman Ecole in Turkey.

Bachelor’s of Arts in Labor Economics and Industrial Relations from Dokuz Eylul University, 2011



Rhodes to Sacrifice, Salomon Arts Gallery, New York, New York, 2018

Organic Emergence, Queens Botanical Garden,  Queens, New York, 2018


Bailey House Gala & Auction 2021,  Auctions Powered by ARTSY, 2021

Holiday House Design Show,  Academy Mansion New York, New York, 2015


Magick Show,  Galerie Protege, New York, New York, 2015

Coddly // Demure, The Hollows Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, 2015

Brooklyn Collage Collective First Winter Sale Show, Living Gallery, Brooklyn New York, 2014

Works on Paper III,  Jeffrey Leder Gallery,  Long Island City, New York, 2014

Systematic Paradox, VCFA Gallery College Hall at Vermont College of Fine Arts, Vermont, 2014

No Object, Trestle Projects, Brooklyn New York, 2013

Collorgy, curated by Brooklyn Collage Collective, Bushwick Open Studios 2013, Brooklyn, New York


ArtExpo 2015, represented by The Hollows Gallery,  Pier 94, Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan NYC, 2015


Related Companies - Long Island City, New York

Queens Botanical Garden - Queens, New York 

Ege University Paper and Book Arts Museum- Izmir, Turkey


Shoutout LA

Gazete Ege

Arte Fuse Magazine - Magick Show 

TourMag Magazine,  May 2015

Bushwick Daily

Puhu Dergi Art Magazine

Arte Fuse Magazine- No Object 

Life Styled Magazine

Quiet Lunch