A self taught artist, and highly influenced by the late 19th century / early 20th century masters, K Shoa portrays the simplicity of shape and form of the human physique in her figurative representations. Her highly graphic depictions of eucalyptus tree trunks, her signature line, are inspired by her regular hikes at local Los Angeles parks. She often highlights her acrylics paintings with ink, oil pastels, and other media. She has created a 10-step process to depict the depth of imagery in her artwork.
Since offering her fine art to the general public, K Shoa's artwork has been collected all over US, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Russia. Three of her figurative works were showcased in the book "Fundamentally Female" by Renee Rongen, and her work has been recognized by California Congressman Mike Gatto for "contributing to the dynamic creative community in the 43rd District".