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Artist Q&A


WHY DO YOU DO WHAT YOU DO?

- It wouldn't be me if I didn't. No one else is going to do it for me.


IS THE ARTISTIC LIFE LONELY?

- Not at all. Although, I find I am by myself often, I never feel lonely. I believe the feeling of loneliness is a distraction to keep a person from meeting themselves in solitude. I quite enjoy my solitude.


HOW HAS YOUR PRACTICE CHANGED OVER TIME?

- Led by curiosity, it hasn't really changed, but developed.


WHAT JOBS HAVE YOU DONE OTHER THAN BE AN ARTIST?

I waitress when I can and have worked with children with Autism.


NAME THREE ARTISTS YOU'D LIKE TO BE COMPARED TO.

- I don't compare myself to anyone else, nor do I wish to be compared to anyone else. Comparison is the greatest killer in the world of artistry and as a human.


WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT YOUR WORK?

- I love that it is always evolving. It is my playground that allows my curiosity to explore. It is mine, no one else's.


WHAT DO YOU DISLIKE ABOUT YOUR WORK?

- Nothing. I appreciate that everything can be turned into a learning experience. This is all I am doing in life. Learning, and exploring. I have massive goals, but I understand that I need to experience life along the way. Therefore, there is no room to dislike any of my works. They are all here to serve some kind of purpose.


WHAT MAKES YOU ANGRY?

- Being told what to do.


WHAT SUPER POWER WOULD YOU HAVE AND WHY?

- Having the ability to turn an ugly experience into something beautiful and useful. Living in this world I think this is the greatest super power.


WHAT ART DO YOU MOST IDENTIFY WITH?

- Children's artwork. It is the most real.

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