This is just the beginning of me sharing my story through art with you.
I'm a believer. I have faith.
I know we can do great things through expressing our purpose here by showing our specific gifts and skillsets.
We're here to inspire, love and help each other. I hope I can encourage you to take the time and really dive into yourself and your purpose. There's magic in self discovery. I challenge you all to go find yourself.
Show the world what you can do.
I cannot wait to meet you.
I suppose this is the part where I tell you about myself and my journey. It's simple. I was made to create.
My intention is to create work that not only captures your eye, but allows you to see differently. Art is perspective. Not always understood, but felt. It should captivate you. Any form of art should make you feel, even if you can't quite understand what you feel. Within lies an opportunity for growth, change and perspective.
I have been creating as long as I can remember. I've used art in my life as a form of escapism. It was a way for me to express myself where words and actions may have fallen short.
Over the years, I've had the opportunity to dive into many forms of artistry. It began with drawing at a young age and later fell into my love of fashion and design. Then, I discovered painting and I felt free. Art came naturally. It's my safe space. A place that made my world seem real, in a world now that can be so easily falsified. My hope is to encourage everyone to step out of their comfort zones and dissolve the idea that we, "need to belong" and just be. I know at times it may seem as if we have to find belonging, but the truth is, we already do. We're all here for a purpose and here to utilize our own individual talents and skills. We're here to inspire one another. Our gifts are about community and bringing us together. We must show what we have to offer this world. We're called to create.
If you're here, I thank you for being a part of my journey. To my past, present, and future, I look forward to being able to show you, me.
Now, let's get creating.