November 9th, 2015
I create art that investigates the development of the mind, and what makes life so unique for each person. I attempt to take away the masks which cover up the unusual. In all honesty, I don’t know what my art is, or what I want to truly expose to the world. Sometimes it’s important not to have a plan. I aspire to illustrate emotion and life through my art by both controlling my materials, and experimenting with them in their loosest form. I aim to illustrate artwork that communicates the ideas of others, as well as those of my own. Whenever I have a moment to spare, I try to produce art of some kind, in order to leave reality and explore the freedom of art. Practicing art at any time and in any form develops improvement not only in technical skills, but mental understanding as well, because art in life never stops changing. There are differentiating and unique approaches in my artwork, both done within and outside my comfort zone. The process of creating art is my passion, and I want to master any form of art whenever and however I can.