|Recently finished and enjoy the color palette.|
|As a child-like attitude with a love of fan art and fine art, I have a rather whimsical and childhood aspect I touch on as far as color is concerned. I tend to vacillate between organic and traditional such as in my plant life paintings/drawings to abstract and the traditional unorthodox of the masters. My work consists of a variety of mediums on a variety of ideas and styles of art, but I focus a lot on the one-on-one aspect of my subjects. My main themes are rather this idea of separation (isolation/loneliness) and unity, or around these ideas of heroism, adventure, and/or tragedy.|
I'm an artist who enjoys the right-brained side of life. I've enjoyed art since I was cutting, coloring, and sticking ideas for a Valentine's Day project in kindergarten. I started to become more serious about my work in college. My faith and spirituality is what has given me the motivation to stay so far in the art world, but never following a crowd no matter at times how tempting it is to give up and quit. It gives me meaning, purpose, and strength. As far as work is concerned, I do a lot of floral art, abstract art, and photography. I have always loved music and the motivation/rhythm it gives others as well as animation since I have decided to not grow up. |
P.S. Follow me on my youtube channel if you want to; it's a little low tech, but I do believe I have good information even if I don't word it quite well. I really can say that I'm not the best speaker. I do tell more about the pieces I just made and advice and tips on them. Also, (and if not interested, it's okay) I do little Bible study that can apply emotionally and artistically. I promise it's not corny; I believe I did it more for myself for personal reasons. Check out some concerts and festivals I went to and my occasional geek-outs I have over subjects that are on my mind. If you never been to a Skillet concert, you're missing out, man.