Art can be essential to good health, as well as maintaining good health, or a quality of life worth living. I know. Because, I live it each and every day.
Soon, a lot more people are going to understand me, my art and my story. In a pivotal moment, I’ve decided to share more, to tell my story because I hope to inspire a stranger🙏💕
So as I pivot, I need to say that I’ve met some amazing people along the way. And I’ve learnt so much, about art and the art world. The administrative parts of an art practice, the PR part that’s so brilliant, especially when your art is on television and the strokes of genius that people share along the journey.
I’ve also discovered an abundance of unsavory types, opportunists and shysters, people willing to use deceptive methods to talk to me about my art. With effort, I’ve been able to duck and stay above the fray.
All of it has helped me to become who I am today. And I’m forever grateful and stronger.
I’ve been painting for six years and as I look through the images of 200 paintings, it’s clear to see how my art has grown, and those who know me, also know that I’ve grown into the depths of being an artist.
Today, I begin a new solitary journey and I just want to express my gratitude to all those who’ve helped me along the way. You know who you are, from Zoom meetings to late night phone calls to the virtual hugs during this never-ending pandemic…
You are appreciated🙏💕